Welcome back to our Jenks personal training podcast. Thanks a listeners from broken Arrow, jinx South Tulsa Claremore, Oklahoma as a whole. Thank you so much for tuning in, letting us know your comments and concerns. Uh, questions are podcasts or personal turning podcast has been very informative for many. Uh, we are excited about the future. We are in the middle of finalizing our book for our clients that they will get. A hit is remarkable. It can, it contains a lot of content that will help you on your weight loss journey and reaching you in obtaining your fitness goals. That’ll have meal plan in their frequently asked questions, recipes, supplementation, a frequently asked questions about fasting fasting protocol in there along with at home exercises. And again, like I said, additional recipes to help you, uh, with our meal plan as it is geared towards weight loss and helping your body become a fat burning machine.

Um, we, uh, we want to talk about a few different car if I’m going to address a few different controversial issues on the next few podcasts, about different types of foods and supplements that, uh, that we may be putting in our bodies that it allegedly have benefits and, or I could be, and not all their chucked up to be, but our personal training podcasts. Before I go any further, I do want to give a massive shout out to Daniel Daniel’s doing a remarkable job and his transformation program. What a remarkable story. This guy has 35 pounds in three months and is continuing in our program and our small group training. He’s graduated, uh, the stage two and is now in our, uh, ultra fitness program where he’s in a small group now working with a few different clients at a reduced price and helping him learn more advanced exercises, working on a few of the weak points that we may have missed in his transformation program.

Uh, like cardiovascular training. But that his goal in the end is to look good for a wedding and uh, and uh, possibly try out a for firefighting. Uh, they did have a specific test, physical demands that they did. They require you to meet and he wants to meet those. And so we’re on the way there and I just want to give a massive shout out to Daniel. Daniel, I know you listened to our Jenks personal training podcast. I want to make sure you know you’re recognized and, uh, congratulated for your efforts. I see how hard you work. Uh, I know at times he’s worried about us not keeping him as a client, but you know what? He shows up? He does more than most people I know who have the best intentions in the world. You know, he executes, he does it. He really does. He does show up and he puts his best foot forward.

Uh, we love training you at our personal training podcast. If you’re listening, no, you’re loved. You’re prayed for, you’re cared for. You always have a spot with us at our personal training podcast. I believe in you. I believe a one day you will reach your, your highest goal because you try, you never give up. And that’s all that matters. That has a higher quality to me than making billions of dollars, um, or whatever, you know, whatever it is that you want to compare that to you. But I just really believe he’s got what it takes. He possesses all the things it takes to be success. He is a success and uh, we hope he hope you realize that Daniel. But, uh, again, thank you all for listening to our personal training podcast. Broken Arrow, jinx South Tulsa, Claremore, Oklahoma as a whole. Thank you so much for all your comments, concerns.

You’re, you’re, you’re being transparent. You’re sharing some questions on our Facebook page, just awesome. It’s just awesome that we can be here for as a resource, as a personal training company, uh, to be here for you. Um, but the biggest thing today, but I want to jump in and I’m going to run at a time here thinking everybody and being friendly on this podcast. Not that that’s a bad thing, but our personal training podcast a is here for education. So, uh, you know, apple cider vinegar is a really big topic right now. It is. And our Ebook, we do recommend that you take it fasted. Uh, you know, apple cider vinegar. A lot of people who’ve been going, going through that recently and asking me questions and, and we’ve done the resource. That’s one thing we do is we stay ahead on current research when it comes to nutrition and exercise and coaching.

You know, apple cider vinegar is a, it is fermented right? And it comes from apples. You guys probably know that seniors, it’s apple cider vinegar. Uh, but there are some weight loss benefits to it. Um, and that’s why we’ve put it in our ebook. We, we definitely encourage while you’re fasted, uh, but don’t overdo it and we’re going to get into that here in just a second, but that it will help regulate blood sugar. Um, you know, maybe a spoonful of day. Some people will take it like in our drink with, uh, in our, in our protocol with a, some water. If you got some Stevia, I know some swerves and monk fruit to it, uh, to, to curve the, the, the, the tart flavor to it. And really, you know, you’ve got to protect the enamel on your teeth. We want you to not just have a healthy body but a healthy smile, good looking smile.

Uh, but, uh, let’s cover a couple of the things allegedly. Um, it’s, it, it apparently it improves digestive. That’s one of the biggest topics. Uh, and there is some evidence to that that helps a digestion. A doctor Susan Blum is an NPH assistant, clinical professional, a professor in the department of Preventative Medicine at the, uh, I believe it’s, it can school of Medicine at Mount Sinai, uh, in the founder of Blum Center for Health said that, uh, I use it to help stimulate the product production of stomach acid and enzymes, which helps you digest food better. Yeah, I’m very aware of that. It can also be used. We do have and encourage a apple cider, a concoction, if you will, after eating a large meal. Maybe you fasted and you’ve eaten a large meal, but apple cider vinegar can help with that breakdown. Those foods help you digest it better.

Uh, good for the stomach acid and enzymes as she’s also said. Uh, uh, I’ve seen it reduced symptoms like burping and acid reflux in her practice with the scientific evidence to back using it is in this way is still to come. Getting all of this stuff is short term. I know I’ve spoken to clients in the past, friends and family who’ve said that this was a quote when you from, let me know if I’m wrong, but I believe it was using the eighties or nineties as well. It was a big, big thing that was used back then for weight loss. But, uh, but it’s still, there’s thing, it’s still, the research is still pretty, uh, a pretty new, uh, and it again, allegedly it does help with weight loss. Uh, in the Journal of Functional Foods in 2018, my clinical trial was done, uh, about dieters. You cut calories and drink one ounce of apple cider vinegar daily, lost more bodyweight and belly fat compared to control, to a control group of dieters who only cut calories over a 12 week span.

So in the, and also they saw blood lipid levels improve, including a decrease in total cholesterol and a bump and good HDL cholesterol. Uh, the researchers in this project, uh, definitely recommended taking ACH and it may help turn down your appetite and curve and hunger cues ever while the result may be exciting and positive. Um, this, this research is only done with 39 people. Okay. And it was only short term. So, you know, again, all of these things, especially with the Ketogenic Diet, a lot of these things, uh, that were, that are coming out can agentic for a longterm period of time. Uh, you know, there’s no research proving that it is extremely healthy. You know, I would say that the most important thing for you to do, you know, and I don’t move mean to move on too quickly, but so say the verdict is that, you know, apple cider vinegar can be good.

But, uh, but don’t overdo it cause it cause it, it can also mess some stuff up as well. You know, um, it does promote gut health but, but it’s, it’s fermented, right? It can help you with your immune system and all of those things. But uh, but largely should be used for cooking and a and vinegar at recipes. Okay. But it may not be the elixir of your dream. Okay. It may not be one of those things you take and it just all of a sudden do stuff for you. And that’s the problem I think I want to address is that we lean on one thing or something comes out in nutrition or exercise world and fitness world and we believe it to be the magic pill. And so we depend so much on it versus using it for what it’s meant to be used for using it in moderation.

We’re so desperate to get results that we just jump on board with whatever it is, the fat diet, the fad, you know, you know, exercise equipment, the fad, this, the fact that, uh, you know, and that’s what I want to steer you away from is assuming that one thing is all of a sudden just going to solve your problems and apple cider vinegar. While I’ve got the research here in front of me to prove that it does have some health benefits to offer you when it comes to weight loss and helping with your blood lipids in your blood sugar levels and helping reset, you’re digesting your ears, stomach acid and all those things, there are some negative sides to it. The, and there’s a negative side to a lot of things in life. Uh, you know that a lot of the listeners on this podcast and Tulsa or Jenks personal training podcast and Tulsa Jenks broken Arrow, lot of your parents, you know, this information, you know him

talking about not, not everything, um, just be taken, you know, at face value and you’ve got to research this stuff. And that’s what we’re doing. So, uh.