Is vinegar harmful?

Victoria Dmitrieva
Victoria Dmitrieva
December 12, 2012
Is vinegar harmful?

Vinegar - one of the oldest spices, whose history stands next to the appearance of wine. It consists of a set of acids, alcohols and esters. The main varieties of this spice are about a dozen, but the most popular are natural, food - alcohol (table) and apple. If you find out whether vinegar is harmful, you need to understand in which area we use it. Seasoning, disinfector, medical prophylaxis, production of sauces or household chemicals - this is an incomplete list of the use of vinegar.

When used in food, vinegar will be harmful to people with kidney disease (nephritis), liver (hepatitis), gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. Diets, elderly people and children should eliminate vinegar from the diet.

The increased acidic environment of vinegar is harmful to the enamel of the teeth of all consumers. Rinsing the mouth after using vinegar will prevent this process.

Everything is clear with the dining room, but is apple vinegar harmful? Undoubtedly, it is much healthier and has great healing and taste properties.Even used in the fight against food poisoning, to eliminate putrefactive bacteria in the intestine, toxins. However, restrictions on its use are called. They are the same as for the dining room. The dosage is always very important!

But the most important in vinegar is its origin. Currently, only 20% of the plants in Russia produce natural vinegar, the rest is synthesized. Synthetic vinegar is produced from natural gas, which is where it is worth considering whether vinegar is harmful.