Vinegar May Aid Weight Loss

Years ago a popular fad diet promoted apple cider vinegar as part of a weight loss strategy. A new study1 suggests that vinegar might actually aid weight loss. This study found that acetic acid (found in vinegar), when consumed with bread, increased satiety compared to bread alone. If the addition of vinegar boosts the satiety of a meal or snack, it probably will aid weight loss. The results of th...

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