What if I told you there was one thing you could use to reduce the signs of aging, prevent body fat, and support your heart and muscle health… all at once?

Well, you might be surprised to find out it’s an everyday item that’s probably tucked away in your pantry right now…

The secret ingredient? Vinegar.

Vinegar has been used for 10,000 years as both a food and natural remedy — because it packs a MAJOR health punch.

Specifically, vinegar has 3 surprising “super powers” many people don’t know about:

1. Vinegar helps you look young.

Polyphenols and vitamins in vinegar fight the signs of aging caused by stress and free radicals.1 That means vinegar can also help you look — and feel – younger.

But it’s not only about looks. Because vinegar has some serious inner-health benefits, too.

2. Vinegar is a natural fat-buster.

A study performed at the Central Research Institute of Japan revealed that vinegar prevented rats from gaining body fat — even on high-fat diets — by up to 10%!2

And it’s thought to work the same way in humans. Researchers have called this the “antiobesity effect.”That means vinegar could help you achieve a leaner, healthier body.

3. Vinegar keeps you moving.

Recent studies suggest vinegar could help lower your cholesterol and blood pressure.4 That means a healthier heart — and the better your heart health, the more active you’ll be through the years…

Not to mention, vinegar can also help your muscles recover after moderate exercise. It reduces inflammation, which will help keep you moving longer.5

It’s easy to get the “antiobesity effect” (and all the other health benefits) by adding a little vinegar into your diet.

Luckily, there are many kinds of vinegar with all different uses, so you’ll never get bored. Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Balsamic vinegar: Mix with equal parts olive oil for a healthy, delicious salad dressing.
  • Apple cider vinegar: Use this to marinade or tenderize meat or fish.
  • White vinegar: If you’ve got a green thumb, use this to pickle vegetables from your garden.

And don’t be afraid to experiment. You might want to try a few varieties of vinegar to find the flavor you like best.

If you try out any of these methods, write me back and let me know which one is your favorite!

Stay Healthy, Stay Happy

Craig Cappetta

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P.S. Did you know you can also use vinegar to clean your fruits and veggies? Simply dilute a little vinegar in water, and let your produce soak for a minute or two. Then, rinse it off and enjoy nice, clean food.