Some research shows that vinegar drug can reduce levels of body fat, triglycerides and sugar and then in humans. Fundamental to know the exact dose needed to obtain the beneficial effects and when to use it.
If you have eaten a meal high in carbohydrates, or worse, high glycemic index, we know in advance that these sugars are converted into fat. If you use vinegar after a meal of this kind will not increase the levels of glucose that emerges from new research published in the journal European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The study examined the effects of a high glycemic index meal with or without vinegar on diabetics. Those who had used the vinegar showed a decrease in glucose levels after meals. Previous research has also shown similar effects in healthy people.
Another study, but in mice with diets high in fat, shows that acetic acid, the main component of vinegar, increases fatty acid oxidation and preventing the accumulation of body fat.
Vinegar reduces the body fat and triglycerides in obese people
The most interesting research, however, is a study published in the journal Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, performed on 175 obese patients who were administered different doses of apple cider vinegar without changing their diet or physical activity. One group received a low dose of vinegar, another a high dose, another a drink that tasted like apple cider vinegar, but no content.
After 4 weeks, the levels of body fat decreased significantly in both groups who had taken high doses, both in what had taken lower doses. The higher the dose, the greater the decrease in body fat. After 8 weeks, decreased waist circumference, and body weight, body fat and triglyceride levels.
The study reported no side effects. The benefits go beyond weight reduction, so here’s that vinegar can be a simple, safe and effective way to fight fat and improve health.