The Benefits of Vinegar and How it Can Change Your Life

Tasty Clean is all about taking a holistic approach to our products, and since we use Vinegar as a base in our product line, we wanted to share a little about the benefits of Vinegar and how it can change your life.


Vinegar has roughly 5% acetic acid as part of the chemical compound. It is a commonly known fact that acetic acid kills bacteria. Vinegar works by chemically changing the proteins and fats that make up the bacteria and destroys the cell structure. When properly formulated, diluted vinegar is safe to use in the mouth without causing acid erosion or hypersensitivity on enamel surfaces. This means that Tasty Clean is also safe for the teeth in addition to the removable appliances you may wear.

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Vinegar has been a mainstay in households for thousands of years.

White vinegar, sometimes called distilled or spirit vinegar, has been a mainstay in households worldwide for thousands of years. It’s easy to understand why. This versatile liquid presents a treasure trove of uses for cleaning, gardening and cooking. It even has medicinal applications, too. The main substance in vinegar — acetic acid — can kill harmful bacteria or prevent them from multiplying. It has a history of use as a disinfectant and natural preservative. For centuries, apple cider vinegar has been used to treat a wide variety of health ailments. It’s also a popular disinfectant and natural preservative.

How is Vinegar made?

Historically, white vinegar has been produced from the fermentation of foods such as sugar beets, potatoes, molasses or milk whey. Usually, the specific recipe depended on which food item was most readily available in a particular region.

Today, most white vinegar is made from the fermentation of grain alcohol (ethanol). This kind of alcohol doesn’t naturally contain many nutrients, so other ingredients such as yeast or phosphates may be added to kickstart the bacterial fermentation process. Acetic acid gives vinegar its strong sour smell and flavor. Researchers believe this acid is responsible for vinegar’s health benefits.

Vinegar can help kill harmful bacteria.

Vinegar can help kill pathogens, including bacteria. People have traditionally used vinegar for cleaning and disinfecting, treating nail fungus, lice, warts, and ear infections. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, used vinegar to clean wounds more than 2,000 years ago.

Vinegar is also a food preservative.

Studies show that Vinegar inhibits bacteria like E.coli from growing in and spoiling food. If you’re looking for a natural way to preserve your food, apple cider vinegar could help.

Vinegar Offers Impressive Health Benefits.

White vinegar may also yield positive health effects that reach far beyond adding flavor to your favorite recipes.

Vinegar has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Most modern research on its health benefits focuses on the acetic acid component of the vinegar. Because many types of vinegar contain acetic acid, the potential health benefits are not necessarily exclusive to white vinegar. According to researchers, some of the possible health benefits of vinegar include:

Blood sugar control: Some human studies have found that ingesting vinegar may reduce both blood sugar and insulin levels after a meal.

Weight management: Some studies indicate that consuming vinegar may increase fullness by slowing the rate at which the stomach empties, possibly leading to reduced calorie intake and subsequent weight loss.

Reduced cholesterol: Animal studies have shown reduced cholesterol in mice given vinegar. Ultimately, more research is needed to determine a cause-and-effect relationship between vinegar and cholesterol.

Antimicrobial: Because of its antimicrobial properties, vinegar may be useful for treating physical ailments including nail fungus, warts and ear infections. It’s also an effective topical treatment for skin infections and burns.

White vinegar may have significant health benefits due to its acetic acid content, including blood sugar control, weight management, reduced cholesterol and antimicrobial properties.

Tasty Clean has created a safe & great tasting alternative to the chemically tasting denture, retainer, and occlusal guard cleaners using Vinegar. Formulated to safely remove bacteria from all dental appliances without the stress of corrosive chemicals and excessive scrubbing. It’s Simple and safe! Spray, and go – no rinsing or scrubbing is required!


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