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Can vinegar help lower blood sugar levels?

 

Studies suggest that adding vinegar to a meal can reduce its impact on the blood sugar level. A study by Italian researchers demonstrated, that when healthy subjects consumed about 4 teaspoons (20 ml) of white vinegar as salad dressing with a meal which included white bread with less than 50 grams of carbohydrates, there was a 30% reduction in their glycemic response, or rise in blood sugar, compared to individuals who ate salad seasoned with neutralized vinegar.

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Adding one teaspoon of vinegar to the cooking water, will turn the rice fluffy and whiter, regardless of the type of water used.

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To prevent the odor of cooked cabbage spreading through the house, add some vinegar to the cooking water.

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Revive the taste of canned soup, broth or gravy with a teaspoonful of vinegar.
You’ll get more taste and freshness.

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Add two tablespoons of vinegar and half a cup of cream. Whisk until stiff.
You’ll get a great sauce for smoked fish.

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Add 1/4 teaspoon of vinegar for each cup of béchamel sauce and the taste will intensify.

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Mix a tablespoon of vinegar in a glass with soda water and ice.
It's a delightfully refreshing drink.

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Mix vinegar in yogurt or sour cream and get a suitable sauce for a fruit salad.

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