“Vinegar is good for many things besides food preservation. It aids digestion, and because of the high levels of acetic acid, helps the body absorb important minerals from food, like calcium. A study cited in 2004 in the American Diabetes Association’s publication Diabetes Care indicates that vinegar holds real promise for diabetes. The results showed that vinegar may be able to inactive some of the digestive enzymes that break the carbohydrates from food into sugar, thus slowing the absorption of sugar from a meal into the bloodstream. If you tend to feel bloated or suffer from indigestion after meals, vinegar may be belly good for you. The Japanese have traditionally used vinegar for reducing fatigue, enhancing blood circulation and balancing metabolism… try AFC Kouzu Vinegar, available in a convenient softgel form. Kouzu is an extract 20 times the concentration of regular liquid vinegar. Fermented from black rice for three years, it contains 16 times more amino acid than regular Japanese vinegar. Amino acids are important building blocks for repair and maintenance of body cells.