Vinegar

Vinegar is a water miscible liquid with a bitter taste that comes from the acetic fermentation of alcohol. The history of vinegar is often confused with wine, since wine is the legitimate father of vinegar. Holy books since biblical times, has known about it and widely used it. It is claimed that vinegar is a product of the decomposition of wine, the result of an accidental event. Vinegar production as an industry, was born in 1394 the Middle Ages by the association called the Corporation of Vinegar.

BENEFITS

Vinegar along with foods high in carbohydrates can increase the feeling of satiety and make people eat fewer calories during the day.

The acetic acid contained in the vinegar, increase the body's ability to absorb minerals, especially calcium. If you are lactose intolerant and you are worried not be eating enough calcium, try to eat green vegetables rich in calcium seasoned with vinegar to optimize the absorption of minerals in your body.

Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, used vinegar to clean the wounds more than two thousand years ago.

It is recommended to take at least 2 tablespoons vinegar daily. It is known to help lower blood glucose and insulin response and reduce the sensitivity of diabetic carbohydrates and starch. All vinegars help control and reduce high levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure, since they contain acetic acid.