Balsamic Vinegar - Created From Passion, Craftsmanship, and Patience
Balsamic Vinegar, made from Trebbiano or Lambrusco grapes is well-known for its rich flavor. It also has a distinct black color.
It is also fermented in a variety of wooden barrels similar to wine. The taste of Balsamic Vinegar becomes more intense the longer it has been aged.
The thicker and more intense your Balsamic Vinegar flavor, the more you will need to give it to enhance your taste buds. Balsamic Vinegar offers a variety of health benefits, even though the serving size is small. Balsamic Vinegar is well-known for its health benefits and popularity among health communities.
Here are some reasons why Balsamic Vinegar is so nutritious.
Balsamic Vinegar has Antioxidants That Help In Boosting Your Immune System
Balsamic Vinegar is stacked with antioxidants which aid in preventing chronic illnesses, as well as help boosts the immune system. It also protects cells from damage by helping to destroy free radicals.
Balsamic Vinegar Reduces Risk For Heart Attack
A 2010 study published in "Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology" revealed that the polyphenols in Balsamic Vinegar can penetrate and block the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which causes clogging and hardening. Balsamic vinegar is low in cholesterol which can lower the risk of heart attacks.
Balsamic Vinegar Is Beneficial For Blood Pressure
In 2006, researchers published a study in Medscape General Medicine that showed that Balsamic Vinegar could reduce hardening of the arteries. This is also known as atherosclerosis. Natural News reports that the vinegar has a low sodium content, which lowers blood pressure and improves heart health.
Balsamic Vinegar can also stabilize blood pressure. The study showed that vinegar-loving people had lower blood pressure levels. This study was originally animal-based and further research on humans is needed.
Balsamic Vinegar Has Low Calories and Improves Metabolism for Weight Loss
One tablespoon of Balsamic Vinegaroffers only 10 calories. Balsamic Vinegar can also increase metabolism. This is because the Balsamic Vinegar's polyphenols break down protein into smaller amounts of amino acids. Balsamic Vinegar is very concentrated. When adding Balsamic Vinegar in salad dressings, sauces, or soups, our Olive Oil experts recommend that you use a tablespoon or less.
A similar-sized serving contains negligible amounts of fat, and less than 3g of carbohydrate each. Balsamic Vinegar can also improve metabolism and suppress appetite. Balsamic Vinegar is a great alternative to mayonnaise-based fatty dressings.
Balsamic Vinegar Stabilizes Blood Glucose
Balsamic Vinegar is low on the glycemic index, which enables users to feel full for a longer period of time, according to Livestrong. Studies have shown that Balsamic Vinegar can be used to increase insulin sensitivity and help with diabetes management.
Balsamic Vinegar Improves Digestion
Because it is rich in polyphenols (which encourage digestion), balsamic vinegar can improve digestion.
The body's pepsin enzyme activity. Pepsin is a digestive enzyme that stimulates the breakdown of protein into amino acids. This aids the intestines in absorbing amino acids.
Balsamic Vinegar Is Good For Bone Health
Balsamic Vinegar's acetic acid and pepsin improve the body's absorption of calcium and magnesium. Balsamic vinegar can be a reliable source of both the mentioned minerals and help to form strong, healthy bones.
- Neil Naran