Incorporate Vinegar into Your Daily Diet

More people are incorporating vinegar into their daily diet. Why? Because the liquid has a lot of nutritional value.

Interestingly enough, vinegar's benefits aren't a new phenomenon - people have been using vinegar since as far back as 5,000 B.C.! At that time, the Babylonians used vinegar to preserve foods and energize themselves. They even used vinegar to create medicines.

Today, experts believe vinegar can help control blood sugar, cholesterol levels and help people lose weight. A 2014 study published in the American Society for Microbiology found that acetic acid, the active ingredient in vinegar, can actually kill mycobacterium. It's also anti-diabetic and has anti-cancer properties, according to Dr. Mercola.

Mary Ellen Camire, a professor of food science and human nutrition at the University of Maine, said that while some of vinegar's weight-loss benefits have been slightly exaggerated, vinegar is still very beneficial.

As you can see, there are plenty of reasons you should incorporate vinegar into your daily diet. If, however, you're hesitant because of how it tastes, we have the perfect solution for you: Eat MiraBurst miracle berry tablets before eating or drinking anything with vinegar! These tablets can temporarily modify your taste buds' perception of acidic liquids by masking their pungent taste and making them more inviting to consume.

If you're ready to integrate vinegar into your daily diet, here are a few different types you could use:

Red wine vinegar: Want to be impressed? Progresso's red wine vinegar has no total fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates, sodium or sugars, according to My Fitness Pal. It also contains resveratrol, which, according to Mercola, may assist with slowing the growth of cancerous tumors and preventing cancer.

Use red wine vinegar as a delicious salad dressing or marinade or to flavor chili and soups.

Champagne vinegar: Do you always have some leftover champagne from New Year's or other formal events? Don't toss it away. You can actually use it to make champagne vinegar.

Like red wine vinegar, you can use champagne vinegar as salad dressing. You can also marinate seafood with it or give your next sauce a bit more flavor.

Balsamic vinegar:If you have high blood pressure and cholesterol, balsamic vinegar can help normalize both. Use it as a basic salad dressing, to marinate all types of meats or as a light sauce when meals are finished cooking.

Distilled vinegar: While distilled vinegar, commonly known as white distilled vinegar, is mainly used as a cleaning agent and pickling foods - do to its harsh taste - people can use it to cook foods. Use it to create marinades and sauces. Just keep in mind that this vinegar has a harsh taste.

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