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You need to put vinegar in your salad every day, here’s why
Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Dhjetor 2021
Two of the main meals of the day, lunch and dinner, should contain vegetables, raw or boiled, which will provide essential vitamins, trace elements and low-calorie fiber.
This side of our dish can be made even more delicious, aromatic and most importantly, nutritious by adding vinegar! NO, vinegar does not burn fat, as is often said, and YES, has minimal calories (3 kcal per tablespoon for white vinegar).
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Let us dwell on the literature so far for its action against metabolic disorders like diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity.
Vinegar and diabetes
Daily consumption of vinegar seems to improve blood glucose and insulin control, especially in people with predisposition or already developed type II diabetes. People with diabetes who consumed 30 ml of vinegar (2 tablespoons) before a meal, had a lower glucose and insulin response. up to 2 hours after eating a meal, in relation to persons who have not consumed vinegar. And if you find the amount of vinegar for daily consumption, then learn that in another study, only 2 teaspoons (10 ml) per day with the main meal was enough for an effective glucose control.
A recent study found that consuming vinegar for 12 weeks reduced fasting glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin levels (key indicators of blood glucose control) in people with a predisposition to diabetes. Therefore, in addition to immediate action, vinegar can help maintain healthy glucose levels in the medium term.
Vinegar and heart health
Vinegar protects mainly through its action in glucose control, as mentioned above. After all, both diabetes and increased consumption of processed carbohydrates like sugar and sweets have been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. However, a recent study showed that consuming vinegar can slightly lower cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. An important element of vinegar are its vasodilating properties, thus helping to improve blood circulation. Balsamic vinegar, in particular, is rich in anthocyanine, a powerful antioxidant that helps improve arterial endothelial function.
Vinegar and weight regulation
Although the myth of fat burning holds true, the literature is weak on the effect of vinegar on weight loss. It may not have a direct effect on weight, but it does significantly increase the feeling of appetite, according to a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In this study the sense of appetite was halved, dipping the bread in vinegar! Of course, the way you consume vinegar plays an important role. If you soak the bread in vinegar, it may not help you lose weight. On the contrary, it's more likely if you follow the article's title instructions, add vinegar to your salad!