I think there's been some information about vinegar helping to keep blood sugar from spiking. Is that correct? And some have even said that they use a lot of it for that reason, and perhaps for weightloss.
Here's what I wonder: I use vinegar as a weed killer. I fill up a spray bottle with vinegar and give a light spray to weeds in places where they are difficult to pull. By the next day, most weeds are usually dead.
My question: If vinegar can kill plant cells, is it safe to eat? What does it do to the cells of our stomach lining?
If it was sold in your local garden department as a "weed killer", would you spray it on your salad too?
I stopped using vinegar several months ago because I can't see putting acid in my stomach, even though it's supposed to be a safe amount. At best I think it's just another processed "food".