Apple Cider Vinegar (Cu 苹果醋)

apple

Sour and bitter flavor, and warm thermal nature, acting on Liver, Stomach meridians.

Active compounds:

Apples are a good source of pectin, a soluble fiber similar to the fiber that is the oat bran. Apple cider is an acid, which assists in  the digestion of protein, which in turn is needed for the production of inulin. Insulin is necessary for converting glucose to energy – the energy required to maintain an active, fat burning metabolism. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar improves the absorption of iron from food, which is responsible for attracting the oxygen essential for burning energy in the body, increasing in this way, the energy consumption in the body making it a supportive food for weight loss.

Clinical Usage and Indications:

  • Aids digestion, helping on gradual weight loss
  • Disperse Blood stagnation,
  • Arrests bleeding, hematemesis, epistaxis, anal bleeding,
  • Detoxifies, genital itching
  • Treats jaundice

Directions: incorporating apple cider vinegar into your daily diet leads to gradual weight loss. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and drink before meals three times a day. Use in salad dressing as well.

From The Tao of Tummy © book

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About acuherbdr

Dr. Elisabete Alves de Souza, DAOM, have over a decade of clinical experience. She is part of a Daoist lineage that focuses on achieving greater states of health. Dr. de Souza have drawn from many studies in Brazil, California, New York, Chicago and more to create her own innovative nutrition treatments. She treats different types of conditions and symptoms in a non agresive way, transforming and fortifying your health with her unique knowledge and technique.
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