Anjani 蜂鸟健康TheHummingBird 2019-08-14原文
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基本上当我们吃下醋时，肝脏就像泡菜一样被“腌渍”了，这个过程需要两样元素：盐和醋。含有微生物的原始有机苹果醋（raw organic apple cider vinegar with “mother” in it）中很可能不会添加钠，但其他苹果醋一般都会有盐的成分。血液也含有一定量的钠，实际上我们的血液略带咸味，就像海洋是咸的一样（健康的钠来源于西芹汁等蔬菜和水果）。肝脏也会储存一定量的钠，并在急需时释放以维持血液中足够的钠。因此，即使我们不在同一时间摄入盐和醋，在我们的器官、腺体和血液中有足够的盐会与醋混合。醋和盐的结合会导致肝脏被“腌渍”。
Apple cider vinegar and vinegar
Apple cider vinegar has been getting extra acclaim these days for being good for the stomach and the rest of the digestive tract. With the gut, it’s thought to create alkalinity, settle acid reflux, and help with bloating. It’s getting even more acclaim for cleansing the gallbladder and liver.
Apples in themselves are miracles. They’re amazing for digestion: they collect and rid bacteria, parasite, viruses, and mold from the entire gut. They create a stable alkaline environment wherever needed. They also help heal diverticulitiss and reduce inflamemation in the stomach and intestinel tract. Apples are incredibly cleansing and healing for the gallbladder and liver. Not only do they detoxify, carefully extracting sediment from these organs; they also help dissolve gallstones. Mind you, these are apples we’re talking about, not apple cider vinegar. Apple cider is very helpful for all of the above, not apple cider vinegar. Apple juice is extremely helpful for everything I just mentioned, not ACV. Applesauce is great for all of it, though not ACV. Apple cider vinegar does not create alkalinity or cleanse your system – apples do.
Don’t get me wrong, apple cider vinegar is by far the most beneficial, healthiest and safest of all vinegars. Its better for you than cleaning vinegar, white and red wine vinegars, balsamic vinegar, rice vinegar… and apple cider vinegar is ideal for external use, such as addressing skin rashes, scalp issues, and even wounds. But any vinegar taken internally can act as an irritant to any gut health issue and will ultimately be detrimental.
ACV is the healthiest vinegar to use if you’re a vinegar lover. If you can’t live without a little vinegar on your salad etc. It has amino acids, minerals, trace minerals, phytochemicals and other nutrients from apples used to make it, if the vinegar was fermented and stored properly and contains “mother” In it, meaning living microorganisms. Then at least it provides some nutrition, although the living “mother” wont be alive much longer after entering the stomach. Even the mildest hydrochloric acid can knock the life out of these microorganisms.
If there’s one thing our livers despise, its vinegar. If your liver had a voice, it would shout that to the heavens. The liver hates vinegar as much as it hates alcohol. With alcohol, the liver gets slowly drunk and dysfunctional. With vinegar, the liver becomes disabled in a different way. The liver cells struggle to stay balanced and perform as they fight for oxygen, because vinegar steals oxygen from the blood stream and the liver like a thief in the night.
Basically when we consume vinegar, the liver battles being picked like a cucumber. Now it takes salt and vinegar to make a pickle. Your raw organic ACV with “mother ” in it most likely doesn’t come with added sodium. Salt ends up being added to the vinegar, though as the ACV enters your blood stream and liver. In order to survive, we need a level of sodium in the blood, so our blood is slightly salty, like a living ocean is salty (best sodium source is from the right food such as celery ). The liver also stores a certain amount of sodium one of its chemical functions is to release sodium in times of dire need in order to keep enough sodium in the bloodstream. So even if we don’t eat salt along with our vinegar, there’s just enough salt in the organs, glands and blood to mix with the vinegar as we consume it. As a result of the vinegar-sodium reaction, a pickling process occurs.
It’s a variety of pickling that happens internally. If you take vinegar on daily basis because it’s supposed to be good for you, your liver will be affected by the long term volume and it will eventually retaliate.
Before an apple was turned into vinegar, it was neutral to alkaline. When you eat an apple, it can drive the stomach and intestinal tract to a higher level of alkalinity without disturbing the stomach’s neutralization zone; that is its balancing of everything that enters it before it moves on to the duodenum and the rest of the intestinal tract. (your stomach can be alkaline and still have a very strong blend of hydrochloric acid; your stomach is not just one environment). An apple is the liver’s great reward for all the work it’s doing. It was one of the first foods bestowed upon humankind for us to consume.
Unlike an apple, vinegar comes into the stomach extremely acidic. The liver must put a halt to it immediately and use its every reserve to try to alkalize or at least neutralize it. The ACV fights back, and its acidic nature is so strong that the stomach loses the battle many times over. Instead of alkalizing your gut, it does the opposite. It weakens hydrochloric acid and breaks down gastric juices and heads down the pike still acidic. Its basically an assault on the stomach and intestinal tract. At first as the vinegar pushes its way through the plumbing, the liver starts to becomes a little hysterical. Soon after, the liver gets a quick shot of acidosis. Although its temporary, its just long enough to stun it, like a friend smacking you across the face to snap you out of what he interprets to be a hysterical moment.
Is ACV all bad? no, there’s much worse out there. Here’s the important point: ACV is far from a liver cleansing or intestinal tonic. Its not a miracle food. Apple sauce is a healing miracle food for the liver and gallbladder. ACV along with other vinegar, is an insult to the liver.
Everything being said, if you want to partake in some ACV, fine. It’s the best out of all the vinegars. A little here and there as dressing on a special dish if you really want it could be okay. As far as using ACV in larger amounts to cleanse the liver goes. Know that it’s a trap. If its liver healing you want, skip the shots of ACV and reach instead for some unfermented apples.
If you’re concerned about a gut health condition of any kind and you’re looking for cures, steer clear of the apple cider vinegar myth. If you cant resist vinegar, use high-quality apple cider vinegar, prefer with “mother” in it, which means it’s unprocessed living vinegar. 愿天下人健康、平安、健康。