Date: 2019-11-21 20:14:47
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Apple Cider Vinegar | Best Reasons to Never Travel without it – Thomas DeLauer
So you know how when you travel, you always end up gaining a little bit of weight or you just get inflamed and you hold a bunch of water weight, your face feels puffy, your abdomen feels puffy, you just don’t look as good as you did when you left. It’s like, “Okay, I’m going on vacation and now all of a sudden I look like garbage. What the heck is going on?”
So anyhow, let’s go ahead and let’s break it all down.
Let’s go ahead and let’s dive into the science. Okay, the first thing that we have to look at is our gut bacteria. So you may not know this, but our gut bacteria differs from day to night, and this has been proven in multiple studies, but in particular, we found with my studies that when mice go from day to night, they can have a 15% variance just in their overall gut bacteria.
There was a study that was published in the Journal Cell, took a look at a couple of people that were traveling from the USA to Israel, this was really wild. So they went across time zones. Well, they measured their gut bacteria before they left and then when they landed. They found after they landed and crossed time zones that their levels of Firmicutes bacteria or exceptionally higher.
So if we look at some stuff that Dr. Lawrence Brandt in New York did, he talked about how when we travel, it’s like this digestive process that occurs. It’s like a balloon. So if you have a balloon and you fill it with gas, and that balloon goes up into the atmosphere, the pressure from the atmosphere is going to trigger sort of the expansion of the gas inside the balloon, causing some bloating. Well imagine that happening to the human body, we have some gas in our abdomen that’s naturally there, and then we go up into any kind of pressurized system, we’re just still at a relative altitude of maybe five to 7,000 feet on an airplane. Well, what’s going to happen is that’s going to trigger the expansion of gases in our gut, which means now there’s more room for things to move around and it changes the colonization of bacteria, but it also changes how food ferments, which therefore can make a big difference.
Well, this is where apple cider vinegar comes in. You see, one thing that we have to pay attention to is hydrochloric acid levels. When we get dehydrated or when we’re traveling, perhaps our hydrochloric acid levels, which is what breaks down food in our gut, end up getting thrown out of whack. Well, and what happens when our hydrochloric acid levels get lower is it makes it so that the food that is in our system stays in one spot longer because it’s not able to get digested and it ferments
Now, the other thing we have to look at is the activity of pepsin. Apple cider vinegar increases the activity of pepsin, which means you’re able to absorb and utilize nutrients better, less sitting in your gut and more actually getting into your bloodstream and actually working.
And then there was a study that was published in scientific reports that found that apple cider vinegar kills off certain bacteria. So for example, in this case they found that it kills E.coli.
So what you would want to do is take a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with possibly a little bit of turmeric, a little bit of black pepper so it helps the absorption, and just take a little shot of that sucker before you get on the plane. And it can help you out immensely.
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