It has actually been two weeks since I started taking apple cider vinegar, and so far I have not seen any evidence that it affects my uric acid level (or my weight). I think I will continue for two more weeks, just to be sure (I was so hoping for some truth to that weightloss claim). Then I will do a one-day dehydration (because I want to see what effect it has on my UA), have a couple of days break, and then try something else.
Breakfast: Omelet rice, a Japanese dish with rice spiced up with ketchup in an omelets jacket.
Lunch: Sandwiches and mini-quiches the kids did not want before, but I liked them...
Snack: Popcorn, some added sugar.
Dinner: Spaghetti with cheese and a pasta sauce I whipped up from some leftove cabbage, onion, bacon, mushrooms, and tomato sauce. Tasted good but the kids only wanted cheese, so I ate all of it.
Todays supplements and dosage: 4 spoonfuls of apple cider vinegar (ACV) in a big glass of water.
Todays UA reading: 7.6 mg/dL, which means that I still have some work to do on the diet.
Todays step count: 7815 steps, pretty good considering I did not get out of the house.
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