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Hello Health Champions. Today we're going to talk  about apple cider vinegar gummies I'm sure you   have heard by now about apple cider vinegar and  all the claims so here's one study for example   that talked about how apple cider vinegar can  help with weight loss they took 39 people and   They assigned them to two different groups one  was an apple cider vinegar group and one was a   control group in both cases they had a 250 calorie  restriction and after 12 weeks they found that the   people who received the apple cider vinegar had  significantly lost more weight they had less BMI   They had less hip circumference and they had  less visceral fat and a decreased appetite and   the visceral fat that is the fat surrounding your  organs that indicate that you have some metabolic   health problems but they also check their blood  and they found that the triglycerides and their   Total cholesterol had significantly decreased  while on the other hand the HDL had increased   which is a good thing indicating less inflammation  so it seems a simple enough thing to take a little   bit of apple cider vinegar and get all these  benefits right but the problem is a lot of people   Just can't stand the taste no matter how good  it is they just can't make themselves consume   it so some smart people came up with another way  of delivering the apple cider vinegar so they   make gummies basically candy and everybody loves  candy and gummy bears so the question now though   Is can we get some of the same benefits from the  gummies or is it mostly hype well the first thing   we need to look at is the dose so in this study  we want to highlight the fact that they used 30   Milliliters that's two tablespoons worth of apple  cider vinegar so when it comes to apple cider   vinegar the active component is called acetic  acid so if we have a certain amount of apple   cider vinegar and a certain concentration then we  have so much of the acetic acid in that product so   In this study they used 30 grams two tablespoons  and apple cider vinegar and most other vinegar   is standardized at five percent acetic acid we  multiply that out and we get 1500 milligrams of   acetic acid so there are some studies that use  apple cider vinegar but then there are other   Studies that simply use white vinegar they use  the acetic acid as the measurement so some other   Studies have you used plain white vinegar and  basically get the same results so they conclude   that yeah there may be some additional benefits  from apple cider vinegar but it's basically the   Acetic acid that does the job and in another study  they used a thousand milligrams of acetic acid as   the reference now how does this compare to the  gummies well here's a typical brand we'll just   call it Brand X where one gummy bear will give  you 500 milligrams of apple cider vinegar so now   What a lot of people do is they say Well it has  500 milligrams that doesn't sound so bad and they   compare that 500 to this thousand because they  read that study they saw a thousand milligrams of   Acetic acid but here's what they forget they don't  read the fine print where they don't understand it   where it says five percent acetic acid so we  have to multiply out this 500 milligram times   five percent so we have 25 milligrams so as  it turns out it's 1 40th of that thousand or   Compared to the study we just looked at it is 1  60th so 60 times more acetic acid in the study   we just watched so basically most of these bottles  contain 60 gummies so you have to eat the entire   Bottle every day to get the same amount as two  tablespoons of apple cider vinegar but despite   that people really seem to like these gummies so  I thought maybe there's something else to it so   I looked a little further and I found that some  of these are fortified they've added some other   Things that might be beneficial so here's one  example now where they've added some ginger root   extract and they had 60 micrograms now most people  probably don't know how much a microgram is so let   Me try try to put that in perspective for you that  if you like ginger and you really want some of   those benefits then you could put a teaspoon of  Ginger into a smoothie there's some recipes for   That so let's say one teaspoon equals five grams  so that's about the size of of your fingertip   basically that's a little little piece of  Ginger Now 60 micrograms is 60 micrograms equals 0.0006 grams so if you divide this out  now you find that it takes you if you   Ate a gummy bear a serving of gummy bears every  day it would only take you 83 333 days to equal   that much Ginger and if you break that into years  you find that in a mere 228 years you've gotten   Basically one serving of Ginger so I'm not sure  that ginger is going to do you all that much good   at that quantity now I have to be honest this  was probably the worst example out there some   other people who added Ginger they add a little  bit more so another brand was actually using   Two milligrams and a microgram is a millionth a  milligram is a thousand so if you did this brand   now you can get that one serving of ginger in only  seven years so out of all the brands I looked at   And there were dozens I could not find any that  had any significant amount of apple cider vinegar   or any other nutrients to really make a difference  some of them sprinkled a little beetroot powder or   some synthetic B vitamins or something else but  nothing that would really make a difference so   What are you getting a lot of well unfortunately  the main thing you're going to get a lot of is   sugar so here's one brand where you get four grams  of added sugar per serving and again one serving   Is typically two little gummies and how do you  get that well glucose syrup cane sugar they have   all these different names but they're basically  just sugar but they also try to play tricks on   you so here's another brand that says it includes  one gram of added sugar but then when you go look   At the total carbohydrates there's four grams  and you confirm this by looking at the calories   because 15 calories is usually about four grams  of carbohydrate if you round it a little bit so   where does this come from if there's only one gram  of sugar and the first ingredient if you notice is   Indeed cane sugar but the second one is the key  here because sugar has over a hundred different   names when they try to hide it on the label  and tapioca is a starch that you use for baking   when you're gluten intolerant or something like  that but they can also use this tapioca and turn   It into tapioca syrup and that is basically what  they've done here because there's no other purpose   for tapioca in a gummy than to sweeten it so they  use tapioca syrup but they call it organic Tapioca   And then they don't include it in these four grams  of carbohydrate even though it's basically just   Another sugar but then I got a little more hopeful  when I saw that there were some gummies that were   called keto surely these people must know what  they're doing however we find here that the   total carbohydrates are six grams per serving and  again included added sugar is four grams and it's   Probably closer to six even though they've just  called them some different things and here we find   that there's three types of sugar there's glucose  syrup there's sugar and there's glucose they're   all saying the same thing it's just sugar next I  did a search for sugar-free gummies and several   Dozen more Brands came up this being one of them  and when you read the fine print it says that it   has 30 calories per serving and eight grams of  total carbohydrate but if it's sugar-free then   how does that add up where does it come from  well it's another product called maltitol syrup   So technically the right it's not a sugar it's  a sugar alcohol but it is just as addictive as   sugar or pretty close to it and it's very popular  because in candy it tastes the closest to Sugar   They can make really really good chocolate and  candy but the reason it tastes so good and the   reason it's so addictive is that it's 55 percent  basically the same as sugar in terms of the   calories and in terms of the blood sugar raising  effect the glycemic effect it's 55 percent similar   So they just use a little bit more and that's  where you get the eight grams instead of the four   that we saw in the previous example so another  case where they just try to deceive you and lie   On the label but in the end you're just getting  blood sugar spikes just the same as sugar and this   is quite disturbing for a product that's supposed  to help regulate blood sugar that's the whole idea   Of apple cider vinegar so some Brands they just  stuff them full of sugar and others they stuff and   full of something else that has roughly the same  effect but here's the most astounding piece of all   Of this it's the rating so I'm thinking with all  of this stuff going on I haven't found any single   reason that this would help the body or benefit  you in any way and then you go look at the ratings   For these products and you find that it has  four and a half Stars give or take and over 350   000 ratings how can that be and I can't come  up with any explanation except that people must   really like gummies and to the extent that these  people actually see results it probably comes down   To something called Placebo and that simply means  that you take something that you believe will   have an effect but it really does nothing or it  doesn't have that effect you believe but because   you believe it will do that your body makes the  change and your mind is incredibly powerful so   They put all these useless or minuscule amounts  in with a bunch of sugar and people really want   to believe that this helps because they really  like gummies so they report benefits fortunately   there are alternatives so if you can tolerate the  flavor of apple cider vinegar you can dilute it   With water you can sweeten it with stevia you  can put some bubbly water you can drink it mix   it with lemon all these different things you can  put it in food if you really really can't stand   The taste then what do you do well apple cider  vinegar may have some benefits over regular white   vinegar But realize that most of the studies have  been done on white vinegar so probably almost all   Of the benefit is from the acetic acid and there's  many other ways of getting that so one for example   is if you eat salads every time you put oil and  vinegar on your salad you're actually getting some   Of that acetic acid so let's check some numbers  just for comparison and remember that the Brand   X of the gummies had about 25 milligrams of acetic  acid the active component whereas one teaspoon of   vinegar red wine vinegar white wine white vinegar  apple cider vinegar any kind you like has about   250 milligrams about 10 times that much and when  I make a salad I use a whole lot more than one   teaspoon and that's not even trying to up the dose  or anything that's just for flavor another thing   That has vinegar in it is mustard so if you have  one teaspoon of mustard now you're getting about   80 milligrams of acetic acid again sauerkraut also  has acetic acid and it's not even that they added   it just develops naturally during fermentation  so if we have some sauerkraut we eat about 100   Grams like three three and a half ounces again we  have about 250 milligrams equal to 10 servings of   gummy bears and if you don't like any of those  things well maybe you like pickles most people   Just love pickles now how much is in there well I  couldn't find an exact number but just to give you   an idea that when they make the pickle juice when  they pick a lease they use about half vinegar and   Half water and vinegar is about five percent so  the solution that they use is about two percent   two and a half percent acetic acid and out of  that jar if you have a whole jar of pickles and   Pickle juice 40 of that is liquid so we multiply  these and we find out that about one percent of   that entire jar is acetic acid so now if you  have one pickle and it's about a hundred grams   Or three three and a half ounces now that would  again give you about a thousand milligrams of   acetic acid now I try to find out how much of  that acetic acid would actually penetrate and   Get into the pickle I could not find an answer  but let's just assume that maybe not all of it   gets in there maybe just 25 percent well you're  still talking 250 milligrams so you can have a   Pickle or you can have 10 servings of gummy bears  and get 40 grams of sugar along for the ride I   think I know which one I pick if you enjoyed this  video you're going to love that one and if you   Truly want to master Health by understanding how  the body really works make sure you subscribe hit   that Bell and turn on all the notifications  so you never miss a life-saving 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