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Functional Health Properties of Vinegar

Vinegar Uses

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  • Vinegar is rich in bioactive components like acetic acid, giving it potent antioxidant, antimicrobial, and many other beneficial properties
  • Vinegar is anti-diabetic and may help control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes
  • Vinegar also has anti-cancer properties and shows promise for helping with heart health, brain health, and weight loss
  • When purchasing vinegar for consumption, look for a cobweb-like substance floating in it. This is known as “mother,” and it indicates your vinegar is of good quality
  • If you don’t enjoy vinegar, you can consume fermented foods to get many of the same beneficial acids while also helping to recolonize your gut with beneficial bacteria

By Dr. Mercola

Vinegar has been produced and sold for thousands of years, dating back to before the 6th century. Vinegars flavored with fruit, honey, and malt were popular among the Babylonians, while Hippocrates used vinegar to manage wounds.

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