Read or listen now | And the danger of Ozempic. Dominic Frisby discusses the benefits of cider vinegar as a natural weight loss alternative, highlighting potential dangers of Ozempic. Make an informed choice for a healthier lifestyle.
Brilliant Dom. Go by the adage 'only eat what your grandparents ate is a good starter'.
I can't figure out Musk can you? On the one hand, he goes and buys Twitter and resets the equilibrium somewhat....then he tells us of the dangers of A.I. but is one of the people whose companies are pushing it....now he's taking this drug yet has railed against media (BBC) for not calling out Big Pharma over the scandemic. He's due an investigative documentary all of his own methinks.
Dusting off that bottle in the cupboard right now........
Ive started taking cider vinegar once a day in a small glass teacup.
Similar to the way I would drink a glass of squash as a kid. Cider vinegar in the bottom of the glass 1 inch approx, then topped up with warm water from the kettle and a teaspoon of set honey stirred in to sweeten.
More wise words, Dom. I remember a chubby Dominic at Cole’s Court! But a remarkably good swimmer! Anyway cider vinegar - a fameer’s wife friend of my sister recommended cider vinegar to her thirty or more years ago, and swore by it for vigour and youth. Jim doesn’t need it - he walks a lot and is veggie. More power to your elbow, dear boy.
Bad for your tooth enamel though, no?
I like cider vinegar too, if you get the ‘live’ stuff its supposed to be good for your gut microbiome too.. One thing though 75kg is not 11 stone 3lb.. its about 11, 8 I think.
I've never struggled with weight loss, but I'm tempted to give this good try.
There is some sort of health drink that one can make called "Fire Cider". It sounds a little spicy looking at the recipe but that is made using Apple Cider. Going to try it out I think to see what it is like.
Good article Dominic and yes, cider vinegar is wonderful stuff (you are correct about diluting as it’s bad for your enamel - or use a straw). We also make our own Turmeric and Ginger ‘shots’. A few lumps of ginger, one apple, teaspoon of Turmeric, bit of water, blend and sieve the mixture into a jar. Have a shot every morning and your skin, gut and immune system will love it. Combine that with the cider vinegar and I’ll look like Tome Cruise in no time! Thanks again.
Tried this for the first time yesterday. Feeling weird after a virus (prob’ Covid) a month or so back. Been enjoying too many beers in the sunshine and thought I better try a different tipple.
5min after my first ‘dose’, my tummy started rumbling like crazy (in a good way, not in a ‘clear my afternoon schedule’ kinda way).
Will be interested to see how this pans out over a few weeks and months.
Fab content as always Dominflc ..now as a man of an age myself who has recently noticed a pilsbury dough boy in the mirror and having slightly elevated blood pressure and reflux issues this sounds like something I need to try on top of my 12/6 fasting.
You mention a specific cider vinegar ingredient are there any specific ones you could point me in the direction of please.
All types of vinegars drunk before a meal in diluted form, prevent the absorption of fat and sugar by the muscles. It also slows down the spike in blood sugar.
Or at least, that's what a recent Daily Mail article said, but I can't find it now.
There's also a natural appetite suppressant called Glucomann which may be worth trying.
Remember when your parents insisted that you eat your greens...
Well it seems there’s science behind it, and Jessie Inchauspé (a bio chemist) has done the research. To help prevent glucose spikes, (which are apparently not good if you’re trying to control weight), you should eat your veggies first so that you line your digestive tract with fibre.
She also recommends cider vinegar as an aid.
She can explain it all better than me, you can find her advice on YouTube.
How does one establish if the cider vinegar I see on the shelf contains the “mother”? To make things plus compliqué, I live in la France profonde.