Actually, yes...I have heard that taking oil at night is key because your liver does a lot of processing in the night and it helps it out. I don't think the apple cider is only at night.
Why wouldn't a OO/cider vinegar salad be good for you every night? My problem is that the amounts of OO and vinegar would necessitate too much vinegar to OO ratio so I'd have to adjust the OO up and then make a Bigger salad so it won't be drenched, and of course then I'd have to have some crackers to go with it and then something to drink and who knows where it would end? I might want a little steak after that!
My only indigestion is from parasite medicine now that I've gotten most or all of the gallstones out. As I increase the dosage, it causes worse and worse indigestion and makes a feeling much like the gallstones did, including feeling like I'm have heart problems when I lie down. I don't think it is gallstone related since it only happens directly after I take the medicine, but maybe I just have a lot of ticked off parasites in my gallbladder.
I don't understand how these foods like cider and lemons can start out acid and end up alkaline. If anybody knows, I'm really curious. Just for fun I took my Ph (6.8) the PH of a lemon (off the charts in the yellow) and the PH of bentonite clay (off the charts in the blue). So, I'm thinking "is bentonite clay alkaline and stays alkaline or does it go acid in the body?"
Taking apple cider vinegar is a little hard on my throat, but I don't THINK I'm doing any damage. I could be wrong. Just trying not to gag and throw it up as I have a very strong gag reflex.
About the sugar: As a diabetic, it isn't just the sugar...it is any type of carbs. Sugar comes and goes rather quickly, but carbs keep making sugar for a long time. I can go to be with perfect blood sugar and wake up with high blood sugar as my liver and other parts keep processing all night. Hence the need for long-acting slow release insulin. Just wish I could fix my pancreas!