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I am taking Turmeric, Apple Cider Vinegar, Cinnamon, Baking Soda, Pepper and Citric Acid together mixed with olive oil during morning and evening. Will this be ok. to take it together or should I take it in separately?

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Think you would be better off with a soft boiled egg, salt, pepper and a glass of orange juice.

 

You really think these things are going to have any real benefit to you health?!

 

 

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woo hoo dejavu!! one presumes you having the 'unfiltered ACV?

 

presumably 'Red Cayenne' pepper? - well that's great for the libido; especially prior to Cialis/Viagra, so thats a great start...

 

watch the Baking Soda qty? you don't want to get the squirts, and then have to 'restart' the stomach flora up again from scratch (if you take too much)

 

ps, a lot of the OP's I take similar to his menu!

 

 

you forgot the CoQ10 for keeping the cholesterol safely managed too!

 

The Turmeric, or as Curcumin.. great as a natural powder from the root, capsules, even as a juice - all good for the anti imflammatory...

 

Citric acid... in what form? i.e. as fruit, or powder?

you already have the BSoda and ACV doing the battles for your ph 

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16 minutes ago, jak2002003 said:

Think you would be better off with a soft boiled egg, salt, pepper and a glass of orange juice.

 

You really think these things are going to have any real benefit to you health?!

 

 

Nothing wrong with turmeric quite healthy in many tests, nothing wrong with Apple Cider vinegar (i take it too lowers blood sugar), Cinnamon is good to take with oats as it helps to slow down the release of the carbs.

 

I take a lot of supplements, though I would not take what he is taking mixed together. 

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29 minutes ago, tifino said:

woo hoo dejavu!! one presumes you having the 'unfiltered ACV?

 

presumably ? - well that's great for the libido; especially prior to Cialis/Viagra, so thats a great start...

 

watch the Baking Soda qty? you don't want to get the squirts, and then have to 'restart' the stomach flora up again from scratch (if you take too much)

 

ps, a lot of the OP's I take similar to his menu!

 

 

you forgot the CoQ10 for keeping the cholesterol safely managed too!

 

The Turmeric, or as Curcumin.. great as a natural powder from the root, capsules, even as a juice - all good for the anti imflammatory...

 

Citric acid... in what form? i.e. as fruit, or powder?

you already have the BSoda and ACV doing the battles for your ph 

Hi Tifino, I am taking those ingredients because on a digestion problem, probably an inflammable intestine. I am not sure whether the AVC (1/2 soupspoon) is unfiltered....1 leveled teaspoon Turmeric...I still have to change the black pepper (1/4 teaspoon) for the Red Cayenne' pepper....baking soda 1 leveled teaspoon...1/2 a teaspoon citric acid in powder (vitamin C)..... 1/2 a teaspoon Cinnamon.... I will eventually get me the CoQ10....Do you think that the quantities are ok.?

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24 minutes ago, GeKoSc said:

Hi Tifino, I am taking those ingredients because on a digestion problem, probably an inflammable intestine. I am not sure whether the AVC (1/2 soupspoon) is unfiltered....1 leveled teaspoon Turmeric...I still have to change the black pepper (1/4 teaspoon) for the Red Cayenne' pepper....baking soda 1 leveled teaspoon...1/2 a teaspoon citric acid in powder (vitamin C)..... 1/2 a teaspoon Cinnamon.... I will eventually get me the CoQ10....Do you think that the quantities are ok.?

if the ACV is Filetered, it would be stated on the bottle See online an example 'braggs'

is the ACV for the Reflux/GERD?

 

the levels are pretty much what i have too

I eventually settled on reducing the overall 'powder' content of the mix (your olive oil idesa... I must try that!) so I don't cough too much from it.

The Turmeric I now take as liquid; and the Cayenne  in capsule form, as it reduces the hot throat effect, letting things go down easier...

I don't limit my ACV to just what goes down in the mix. If I have some fruit juice/cordial, then another big dash goes in that too; also if I wanted to have a salad, then more ACV goes instead of the mayonnaise...

 

baking soda (for taste) can also be swapped with citrus flavoured versions such as ENO or other versions of the effervescent citrus powders, but really as it's convenient to obtain and use during hot weather rehydration... just watch the amount used thru the day

another variation, for Cinnamon, as to take it as a hot tea

 

I vary a lot to break that monotony...

 

 

for the lower digestives, I also take daily Metamucil (Psylium husk)

 

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Turmeric isn't of much use unless it is freshly cooked (warm) AND accompanied by freshly ground black pepper. Taking it in capsules is more efficient for once.  However on the 'net you will find reports that turmeric can both cure and cure reflux, I take it regularly in food and haven't noticed any difference.

Ignore the ignorance otherwise displayed here. 

My recipe, since I started this my acid chronic reflux completely disappeared:

one TBSP ACV

half fill glass with carbonated water (no sugar)

fill up with homemade ginger tea out of the fridge.

Now that is drinkable.

Ginger is in the same botanical family as turmeric and is definitely recommended for reflux.

Just saying that it works for me, I take it after breakfast.

Baking soda is "the opposite" of ACV and citric acid so will neutralise the effects of both. I used baking soda by itself initially and it only brings temporary relief, starts again the next meal time or beer.

Cinnamon? Dunno, keep it simple and find out what works for you. 

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On 1/27/2019 at 10:39 PM, tifino said:

if the ACV is Filetered, it would be stated on the bottle See online an example 'braggs'

is the ACV for the Reflux/GERD?

 

the levels are pretty much what i have too

I eventually settled on reducing the overall 'powder' content of the mix (your olive oil idesa... I must try that!) so I don't cough too much from it.

The Turmeric I now take as liquid; and the Cayenne  in capsule form, as it reduces the hot throat effect, letting things go down easier...

I don't limit my ACV to just what goes down in the mix. If I have some fruit juice/cordial, then another big dash goes in that too; also if I wanted to have a salad, then more ACV goes instead of the mayonnaise...

 

baking soda (for taste) can also be swapped with citrus flavoured versions such as ENO or other versions of the effervescent citrus powders, but really as it's convenient to obtain and use during hot weather rehydration... just watch the amount used thru the day

another variation, for Cinnamon, as to take it as a hot tea

 

I vary a lot to break that monotony...

 

 

for the lower digestives, I also take daily Metamucil (Psylium husk)

 

Hi Tifino,  yes, the ACV and the baking soda are for reflux and to adjust the pH of the stomach. The olive oil helps to digest the Turmeric and also to make the stool easier...I have heard about the liquid Curcumin capsule but all I use are basic ingredients....nothing manufactured in pills or capsulas. The Cayenne pepper to substitute the black pepper I may have to purchase in capsulas....Metamucil I have used some time but I need something stronger... I tried now also fermented milk which helps to reduce gases but also affects my stool negatively (gets harder) so I have to find the balance...although I like to cook for myself but it is difficult to prepare salads as you do not get the right amount in the shops and they have to be always fresh. Once a week I go to TOPS eating from the salad bar...As hot tea I use camomile 2x day because it calms me down and helps to sleep...
 

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On 1/28/2019 at 11:19 AM, cooked said:

Turmeric isn't of much use unless it is freshly cooked (warm) AND accompanied by freshly ground black pepper. Taking it in capsules is more efficient for once.  However on the 'net you will find reports that turmeric can both cure and cure reflux, I take it regularly in food and haven't noticed any difference.

Ignore the ignorance otherwise displayed here. 

My recipe, since I started this my acid chronic reflux completely disappeared:

one TBSP ACV

half fill glass with carbonated water (no sugar)

fill up with homemade ginger tea out of the fridge.

Now that is drinkable.

Ginger is in the same botanical family as turmeric and is definitely recommended for reflux.

Just saying that it works for me, I take it after breakfast.

Baking soda is "the opposite" of ACV and citric acid so will neutralise the effects of both. I used baking soda by itself initially and it only brings temporary relief, starts again the next meal time or beer.

Cinnamon? Dunno, keep it simple and find out what works for you. 

Hi cooked, I have heard this the first time with the freshly cooked Turmeric...I take the turmeric also every day for the cure of the digestion system. ACV did not help me for the reflux....I take Ginger also in form of a tea bag together with a camomile tea bag....I bought the root but have not yet started to prepare natural tea out of it. ?Do you drink also liquid WITH your breakfast?. Good to know not to mix ACV and citric acid....Do you know whether fermented milk affects the stool negatively? I always have read that FM should help to start the digestion system...

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6 hours ago, GeKoSc said:

Hi cooked, I have heard this the first time with the freshly cooked Turmeric...I take the turmeric also every day for the cure of the digestion system. ACV did not help me for the reflux....I take Ginger also in form of a tea bag together with a camomile tea bag....I bought the root but have not yet started to prepare natural tea out of it. ?Do you drink also liquid WITH your breakfast?. Good to know not to mix ACV and citric acid....Do you know whether fermented milk affects the stool negatively? I always have read that FM should help to start the digestion system...

Dunno about fermented milk.

For ginger tea I slice the unpeeled root very thin and cook for 15 - 20 minutes. I generally have a pretty sharp tasting mixture, needs diluting.

At breakfast I drink coffee which no longer affects my now non-existent acid reflux, I drink my magic mixture later on.

As I said, works for me, acid reflux can have various causes.

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