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Lose weight with vinegar dressing salads when in diets

28 January 2011 Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post

Recent Swedish studies show that consumed vinegar is responsible for a high sensation of satiety helping you better control the amount of food consumed daily when in a diet. Vinegar may delay food transition from stomach to intestines hence it will maintain the satiety sensation for a longer period of time. At this time in the top of specialist recommendations are balsamic vinegars which are great for salad dressings accompanied with olive oil.

 During the study held at Lund University, subjects were split in two groups, one fed  with white bread and one with white bread soaked in vinegar (two tea spoons). For the next two hours the second group reported no variation of their initial satiety sensation. In addition Insulin levels reported for vinegar treated group were 25 % lower than once reported for the first subjects group. The decreased level of insulin was correlated with a decreased rate of  body fat storage. Responsible of this effect might be the acetic acid contained by all type of vinegar.

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  • scranton mma said:

    I started using vinegar more and more and I am definitely losing weight because of it!

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