Can Apple Cider Vinegar Actually Reverse Insulin Resistance And Help With Weight Loss? 🍎🍏

Can Apple Cider Vinegar Actually Reverse Insulin Resistance And Help With Weight Loss? 🍎🍏

January 16, 2020 100 By Jose Scott


Can apple cider vinegar actually reverse insulin
resistance there’s some studies that suggest that apple cider vinegar can lower blood sugar
but is that always a good thing and if not then when is it not a good thing today we
can explain it so you really get it coming right up hey I’m Dr. Ekberg I’m a holistic
doctor and a former Olympic decathlete and if you want to truly master your health by
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Bell so that you don’t miss anything was a study that suggested that if you ate a high
start meal and you took a couple of tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with it then you would
have 30% less rise in your blood sugar spike then if you didn’t take the apple cider vinegar
understand the big picture the mechanism so we can tell if that is a good thing or a bad
thing or sometimes a good thing so let’s get to it the very first thing we want to understand
and the reason I like physiology is that it helps you understand that the body is smart
there is nothing random about it so if the body becomes Insel resistance if the cell
start resisting insulin then there’s a reason the body is never stupid it never does anything
random or unintelligent it’s like gravity it always works okay the cells are always
doing what they’re supposed to do take it wouldn’t work if gravity he would go up half
the time and down half the time or next week gravity we just work sideways deny nature
doesn’t operate like that sells our intelligence intelligence is built into our cells so that’s
where we have to start understanding some of this because when they define insulin resistance
they say that it is when for some reason the cells start resisting the action of insulin
their kind of assuming that there’s some random stupid behavior of the cell is cause whatever
the body does something it’s adapting to something so there is a reason what causes insulin resistance
will it sort of in the name that your body if there is an appropriate amount of insulin
then there is balance but anything that is introduced to the body or generated in the
body or that is generated in the body in response to something introduced like sugar stimulates
insulin if it gets to access it will shift the balance the body will start adapting to
that change so insulin causes insulin resistance there is no mystery there insulin causes insulin
resistance a type 1 diabetic who has zero insulin production can become insulin-resistant
by eating a lot of carbohydrate and injecting the amount of insulin that controls that blood
sugar insulin is the cause of insulin resistance plain and simple and what is the goal of insulin
the goal of insulin is to get sugar into the cell through the things that can get insulin
into the cell is 1 insulin itself we if we have insulin resistance and we want to try
to get that sugar into the cell anyway then we can use more insulin or we can use something
that improved the effect of insulin such as metformin or apple cider vinegar or cinnamon
or herbs or other drugs that enhance that effect what is that a good thing while sometimes
so let’s take this a little bit further and let’s look at a picture of why the cell May
behave the way that it does so we eat some food it gets down into the stomach and then
it goes through the intestines and then he gets absorbed into the bloodstream so that’s
this portion here and now there’s glucose there’s blood glucose in the bloodstream and
it’s goes by the cell and then there is a an insulin molecule and we’re going to sort
of imagined that this insulin molecule is a sales person is trying to do a sales job
on this cell so the first time if insulin comes around and it knocks on the door the
cell opens the door and Insulin says I’ve got some sugar for you and this is old great
I was looking for that perfect the first time around it says yes please and then it says
I’ll check back with you later alright so then an hour later insulin comes back again
cuz blood sugar is still high so insulin comes back and knocks on the door again and then
the cell opens the door and it says all you know I’m kind of stuff right now I’m good
for right now so so at this moment I don’t want anymore so sell closes the door again
insulin goes away but now insulin gets a call from the sales office and the sales office
says hey you haven’t met your quota because levels are still too high we got to get this
out of here so now insulin comes back a third time the cell opens the door and it says you
again alright it’s not so happy now. First it was a real friendly exchange but
now the cell is getting a little irritated like what’s up here and so it sends the insulin
away without letting anything in and it just kind of peaks through the door and says oh
you again and it shuts the door now the insulin starts getting some real pressure from the
sales office and it says I don’t care what you do is like you got to go there so now
insulin comes back and it disguises itself it wears some funny glasses and it speaks
in a foreign accent I need knock it doesn’t knock it uses the ringer next to the doorbell
so oh this is difference of the cell opens the door and the insulin starts pushing stuff
on them again and now the cell recognizes hey it’s you again and I thought I told you
to stay away you might check back with me tomorrow but I’m good for today and now the
cell start to become very very resistant it’s like what’s up enough is enough and Insulin
goes away and then the sales office says that you know we we don’t really don’t care we
got to get this sugar out your haven’t met your quota we’ve got some more powerful tools
we got some tools for you there’s some medicines there’s some stuff that will get that door
open no matter what so now now insulin returns with some stronger tools because there’s resistance
but the cell also has developed a lot of distrust okay it’s like I don’t want to be disturbed
all the time I’m trying to do my work in here but the door just that is key knocking on
the door I don’t like those interruptions I don’t like insulin it is disrupting balance
it’s making it harder for me to do my work I don’t trust them anymore and so insulin
returns with these this ammunition which is basically a way of tricking the cell into
opening the door anyway and every time that happens and the cell opens the door then the
distrust and the resistance increases all right so I hope that made some sense now let’s
look at the typical treatment for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes and I made
some videos on this but here’s a quick summary that the sole purpose the soul intention of
treatment of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes is to lower the blood glucose they
see the blood glucose as the only problem so and is a big problem if it gets way high
so the treatment is aimed at lowering blood glucose and they do that either by adding
more insulin or by adding other medicine or herbs or natural things that will enhance
the effect of insulin again by this analogy it is trickery it’s making the cell open the
door anyway but now it will understand this cell is intelligent we know that there’s a
reason that the cell is resisting so if we trick we’re going to increase in balance we’re
going to make it that the body and the cells are less healthy and sure enough the treatments
for insulin resistance increases insulin resistance and when it does that it increases body weight
so they tell people with type 2 diabetes that oh well you know you ought to lose some weight
because then this can get better but then they give you treatment that will increase
the weight that will make it virtually and recommence solved one problem and create another
it reduces the diseases related to high blood sugar which is blindness neuropathy and kidney
failure but it increases its speed up the development of metabolic syndrome which is
associated with obesity cardiovascular disease inflammation high blood pressure and stroke
all right so now back to the question can apple cider vinegar actually reverse insulin
resistance well there’s two scenarios that we want to look at one is a low carb scenario
a low carb keto intermittent fasting it’s a scenario where you’re actively and forcefully
reversing insulin resistance if you’re reversing insulin resistance that means that you are
sending the salesman less often to the cell you’re withdrawing the pressure the sales
pressure and now the cell relaxes the trust increases the once in awhile it wants some
glucose so it’s not like this is the ultimate bad guys just how often is he showing up and
in this situation now apple cider vinegar is a good thing it’s sort of like the mediator
at a peace conference okay it can bring the parties back together a 10 facilitate the
parties this cell and the insulin talking to each other again however if you’re on a
high carb diet standard American diet lots of grain lots of sugar lots of fruit lots
of dairy then you are in the movement your your tendency your momentum is to increase
insulin resistance which means that the sales pressure is increasing increasing increasing
and the trust is going down down down the cell is becoming more insulin resistant doesn’t
trust anybody just wants to be left alone so in this case apple cider vinegar isn’t
really a good thing or a bad thing it is good maybe maybe it’s sort of neutral but maybe
it’s a little bit good that it can slow the absorption of the carbohydrate maybe that
helps you stay full a little bit longer so that you don’t eat as much at set Russell
possibly it could have a slight slight benefit is it going to reduce insulin resistance not
really not in that scenario however if you’re just keeping eating this high carb diet and
you think the hey apple cider vinegar is going to fix the problem now apple cider vinegar
is a problem because it tricks you into thinking that you’re doing something good for yourself
and there is no way of reversing insulin resistance unless you reduce insulin on and the carbohydrates
that trigger the insulin and in that sense apple cider vinegar it is sort of weak in
comparison to some to metformin and and Insulin injections but it it has sort of the same
tendency it’s just a weaker version of the same principle participating in the same mechanism
and all these treatments that we talked about produces storage produces metabolic syndrome
with all of those at degenerative diseases that go with it to under the right circumstances
which is a low-carb diet than apple cider vinegar can assist but it can’t do the job
I itself if you take apple cider vinegar cuz you think it’s going to do the job but without
reducing the carbs now you’re shooting yourself in the foot and you’re actually making it
more of a problem because you’re sort of delusional you think you got a solution but you’re not
really moving any closer to it automatically looking for is balance balance in the body
is called homeostasis is the state of keeping things the same keeping things in Balance
that’s the ultimate goal when you have homeostasis your imbalance when you have high blood pressure
when you have stress when you have diabetes when you’re high insulin resistance the body
has been pushed out of homeostasis it wants nothing more than return to homeostasis but
we have to remove pressure if you will and another way of thinking about this is that
there’s a demand and supply and those two have to be in Balance but when there’s too
much sales pressure when the supply exceeds the demand there will be resistance so the
only thing to get healthy the only way to get healthy is to balance the supply and demand
to balance the storage of food with the usage of food so insulin again is a storage hormone
that promotes and abolitionism and storage and if we eat too much carbs we’re doing too
much storrings if we eat too frequently with doing too much storing but if we reduce the
carbs it allows us to use the stores if we eat fewer meals it allows us to use the stores
in between meals so we create a balance between using and storing and supply and demand let
me know if that made some sense to you and if you like this video you’re going to love
that one thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you next time