Vinegar can control appetite

Stockholm: Researchers at Lund University have found evidence that vinegar can be used as appetite suppressant.

As well as reducing the body’s insulin response to a carbohydrate meal, inducing a feeling of ‘fullness’ other health benefits include lowering of cholesterol levels, improving circulation and countering fatigue. Scientific research published over the past two years has also shown that acetic acid in vinegar is effective against high blood pressure.