Vinegar has a certain role in regulating appetite.
The simplest method of seasoning is to use vinegar,
soy sauce, minced garlic and other cold salads.
Eating some vinegar-mixed side dishes before meals has a good appetizing effect on people with poor appetite.
Especially for patients with chronic diseases and elderly people with degraded taste,
vinegar can change their appetite, and the effect is more obvious.
In addition, vinegar can also stimulate gastric acid secretion,
thereby achieving the purpose of promoting digestion.
Vinegar is very helpful for people with less gastric acid secretion,
but people with normal digestive tract do not need to drink vinegar to improve digestion.