Vinegar curbs appetite

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The following item was found in our local Sunday magazine section:

"Having vinegar with meals -- even mixed in a glass of water before or a salad dressing during -- may lessen damage from high carbs while curbing appetite and possible weight gain.

In a new Swedish study, downing 2 or 3 tablespoons of vinegar with white bread cut expected rises in insulin and blood sugar by about 25%. Surprisingly, subjects also felt fuller.

This study confirms research by Jennie Brand-Miller; of the University of Sydney in Austrailia, finding that eating 4 teaspoons of vinegar in a salad dressing with a meal lowered blood sugar by as much as 30%.

FYI, vinegar drinks are now popular in Japan."

Has anyone else heard of the health benefits of vinegar?
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Gosh, who would want to drink vinegar? No wonder it curbs appetites, that sounds gross!
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Isn't wine a fresher version of vinegar? I'll eat grapes, thank you. :guitarist
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My sister drinks Cider vinegar every day, she swears it helps with her hot flushes while she is going through the menopause. Yuk..















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I have heard that it helps with many health issues including Migraines.
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It may be good for you but you end up with lips like a sour lemon! :D

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*yuchy*

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Post by Lon »

Balsamic Vinegar mixed with Virgin Olive Oil as a salad dressing is one of my favorites. Good for ya too.
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I hate vinegar in any circumstances...maybe that's why I'm a bit overweight :(
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I love cider vinegar! Every salad I have, I put cider vinegar on it.

Cider vinegar has been in use since 3000BC and used for such things as arthritus, high blood pressure, heart burn, insomnia, kidneys, bladder, headaches, fatigue, etc.

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Vinegar is great on chinese food!!
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SOJOURNER wrote: The following item was found in our local Sunday magazine section:

"Having vinegar with meals -- even mixed in a glass of water before or a salad dressing during -- may lessen damage from high carbs while curbing appetite and possible weight gain.

In a new Swedish study, downing 2 or 3 tablespoons of vinegar with white bread cut expected rises in insulin and blood sugar by about 25%. Surprisingly, subjects also felt fuller.

This study confirms research by Jennie Brand-Miller; of the University of Sydney in Austrailia, finding that eating 4 teaspoons of vinegar in a salad dressing with a meal lowered blood sugar by as much as 30%.

FYI, vinegar drinks are now popular in Japan."

Has anyone else heard of the health benefits of vinegar?


Vinegar, in its various forms, is finding its way into every quack weight loss remedy out there.

This kind of research really offends me, because it takes public attention off the problem, and encourages destructive behavior.

Sending a message that you can eat anything and by drinking vinegar everything will be all right, is irresponsible, unethical, and innaccurate.
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alobar51 wrote: Vinegar, in its various forms, is finding its way into every quack weight loss remedy out there.

This kind of research really offends me, because it takes public attention off the problem, and encourages destructive behavior.

Sending a message that you can eat anything and by drinking vinegar everything will be all right, is irresponsible, unethical, and innaccurate.


Totally agree!! Eat less and excercise folks!!!!!!!!!
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A lovely walk outside in the brisk autumn air is better then a bunch of sour old yuchy tasting vinegar, any old day.....................
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Get pickled the old fashioned way: Alcohol!
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:yh_rotfl

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