Mint Lime Infused White Balsamic Vinegar
Mint is a taste as well as sensory experience. Slightly sweet with a cool sensation. We love the refreshing taste of mint! If you do, too, you will love our Mint Lime White balsamic! We think mint gets even fresher tasting with the zest of lime. Great in salad dressings in in marinades for chicken and seafood. You can simply add a few drops in your iced water for a clean refreshing and soothing drink A great digestive or for an upset stomach. Of course it will rock your mojito cocktails, margaritas, How about a Latin inspired Mint Lime Infused White Balsamic reduction over chocolate ice cream? Hola!
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Trace elements are the tiny cogs in the working wheels of an efficient immune system. Vitamins are necessary for energy production, immune function, blood clotting and other functions, while minerals play an important role in growth, bone health, fluid balance and several other processes. Small but mighty, these trace vitamins, minerals and polyphenols are only needed in minute amounts to support health and growth, but are often missing from our meals. Getting them from multiple sources ensures that your daily meals are truly health supporting.
Lime Peel: The concentration of health benefits are extracted from the citrus peel to produce the essential oil of lime, packed with immune-boosting beta-carotene (vitamin A) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C), which protect against infections, It is also a source of iron, potassium which keeps blood pressure in check and bone building calcium. Citrus peels are rich in anti-inflammatory, antioxidant bioflavonoids and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anticancer effects and can help with heart burn.
Mint is highly aromatic and comes from the same family as oregano, rosemary, savory, thyme and basil. It is potent with beta-carotene (vitamin A), critical for eye health, folate (vitamin B9), iron and manganese. Mint is a potent antioxidant protecting cells from free radicals that cause oxidative stress that may lead to disease.
White Balsamic Vinegar: Traditionally aged balsamic vinegars have many health benefits. Acetic acid is its main constituent. It is antimicrobial and antioxidant and is known to regulate blood sugar with its antiglycemic or anti-diabetic effect. Acetic acid in balsamic vinegar has strains of probiotics that promote digestion and gut health, supporting the microbiome balance and the overall immune system. It can lower cholesterol, regulate blood pressure and aid in weight loss. Inhalation of steamed vapor can clear congestion. Polyphenols from the grapes may promote blood circulation. Some use balsamic vinegar to treat acid reflux and heartburn.
A daily dose of 10-15 ml or 2 – 3 teaspoons of balsamic vinegar acts as an appetite suppressant and has a multitude of health benefits. Check it out!