Vinegar Has Thousands Of Benefits You Didn't Know About

 You probably have a bottle of vinegar in your kitchen right now. It’s a common ingredient in many recipes and can be used for cleaning and disinfecting. But did you know that vinegar has thousands of benefits? In this blog post, we will explore the many benefits of vinegar. From skincare to haircare, there are so many ways that you can use this common household ingredient to improve your health and beauty routine. Read on to learn more!

What is vinegar?

 Vinegar is sour liquid prepared by fermentation of alcohol. Vinegar is used extensively as food preservative and because of its health benefits for many centuries. Vinegar contains acetic acid in substantial amount and acetic acid displays a range of health benefits. It kills multiple pathogens such as Ecoli and undoubtedly, it lowers blood sugar levels by acting on transporters in liver cells, muscles and in fat tissues. Due to extraordinary health benefits, vinegar is consumed in large quantity by human beings. Acetic acid apart from curing infections enhances insulin activity in tissues and it also contain antioxidants which are protective against oxidative damage to cell.

The different types of vinegar

 Vinegar is commonly known as a condiment or ingredient which has been extensively used in the cooking as well as the domestic remedies. It is frequently used in preparation o the food either with side-dishes or drinks. Thehistory proves that they have been existed for several centuries. In the recent time, it has been remained popular among the consumers and chefs. Generally speaking, there are different types of vinegar and every single variety has its distinct flavour and usefulness.

 The most manufactured type of vinegar is white one, derived from distilled alcohol and water. White vinegar is the first one that comes to everyone’s mind because of its distinct sharp taste. These kinds of vinegars are often used in cleaning products or as food preservation.

 Apple cider vinegar is made from the fermentation of apple cider and is milder and sweeter than white vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is packed with vitamins and minerals and can be taken as an herbal remedy to help treat digestive issues as well as lower cholesterol levels.

 Red wine vinegar is made from red wine that has been fermented. Its taste is a little sweet, with a fruity flavour, and it is perfect for salad dressings, marinades, or deglazing pans after cooking meat.

 Deep, dark and complex balsamic vinegar is made from grapes that have been boiled down into a syrup and then aged in wooden barrels. It has a full-bodied, sweet-tart flavour, adding a final, complex note to salads or cooked dishes.

The benefits of vinegar

 So many of us rely on vinegar - not just for cooking, but as a cleaning agent around the house, as a seasoning agent for a variety of different foods, as a calming agent for tense skin, and even as a gentler way to whiten laundry. What people are often surprised to find out is that vinegar is useful for many other areas of our lives, especially healing our ailments.

 Vinegar is good for you because the sour taste comes from acetic acid (handy, that), and there is good evidence that the acetic acid cleans up your blood sugar levels, your insulin sensitivity and your weight.

 (Vinegar is also antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory, which helps prevent infections and inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis).

 Therefore, the next time you reach for the bottle of vinegar to make salad dressing, remember all the medicinal health benefits you are also getting! 

How to use vinegar

 Vinegar is a kitchen staple for a reason. It’s one of the most versatile and cost-effective things you can keep stocked in your home. You can use it to clean your countertops or make a salad dressing. But beyond its kitchen uses, vinegar has even more natural powers that you may not have considered. In fact, vinegar has thousands of uses.

Here are some tips on how to use vinegar around your home:

 -Spray a solution of one part vinegar diluted with two parts water to clean counters and disinfect as well as cut through grease and grime.

 - Make your own fabric softener using one cup of vinegar (poured into your washing machine during the rinse cycle). Vinegar will soften and deodorise your clothes without chemicals.

- If you have hard-water spots on glasses, dishes and other items, soak them for half an hour in vinegar and water and then brush them gently with a sponge and the stains will come right off.

 -Breathe new life into carpets by sprinkling baking soda on the floor, spritzing with a mixture of 1⁄2 cup white vinegar to a pint of water, and letting for an hour before vacuuming up the baking soda.

Recipes with vinegar

 Ever feeling bored about your dinner? Want to flamboyantly spice up your meals? Don’t be put off by vinegar just yet. It’s not just for your bowl of leaves. This whole article comprises of recipes, which all have vinegar in them.

 Tangy, Juicy AND Flavorful! Tender vinegar chicken is perfect for a dinner party.

 Apple Cider Vinegar Pork Chops: Delicious pork chops, tender and juicy with a slightly sweet-tangy flavor from the apple cider vinegar. 

 -Balsamic Glazed Salmon: Salmon fillets are roasted and then brushed with the glaze before serving in this elegant but easy recipe.

 Sweet, tart and lactic, Strawberry Vinegar Sauce makes a great topping for ice-cream, pancakes or waffles.


 I didn't know that a simple kitchen consumption could be so useful. We could use vinegar for about anything, from cleaning the house to brightening the hair. So many possible use makes us think that vinegar is the oldest product on Earth! Next time you want to use your vinegar bottle, take a moment to think about how many things you could actually use vinegar for. You will be surprized!