First of all to get the facts, we would need the ingredients I presume in a bottle of Cuvee Rot, you would have Cuvee Rot Red Grapes! These Grapes are before the wine is made. Check the NUTRIENT BALANCE and PROTEIN QUALITY on each then compare with Red Wine.JR8 wrote:Thing is we know what the Asians are like. They are superstitious and believe in a lot of hocum.
Nipple whitening cream? Skin whitening drips? Grow-taller pill? Ghosts? Toilet point wrong way?
I don't see anything approaching vinegar can do what a bottle of Cuvee Rot can't. How can it, chemically, physiologically?
If you care to reply: facts not hocum please.
http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fru ... ces/1920/2
V's Brown Rice http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/cer ... sta/5706/2 + Red Grapes
Fermented Red Grape Wine http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beverages/3847/2
It's quite obvious that the materials used in the fermentation process is very important to achieve the highest nutritional value along with the highest protein quality to cover the spectrum of amino acids.
You will notice there is no amino acids in Red Grape Wine, though there could be if you add protein materials to it.
The only negative factor would be the alcohol and its calories
http://www.collegedrinkingprevention.go ... lcalc.aspx Which have no nutritional value and go to the FAT reserves. 4oz =80 calories
Though Red Wine is excellent for heart health if taken in moderation a glass or 2 a day, as the Natural Phenol Resveratrol is excellent for cardiovascular health
This last link is rather important and done by a very famous Professor in biochemistry has it is the natural phenols in the fruits, that are also of great importance, If i'm not wrong the plum has the highest reseveratrol, with little or non found in the red grape.
So again its the quality of fruits that are also used in fermentation of Red wines and Vinegars, I can only prove what has been tested of course, not vinegars that have not been tested.
http://apjcn.nhri.org.tw/server/APJCN/V ... 82W5-1.pdf
Though the questions i posed, was really to ask if a foreigner not Chinese would choose from the above list, All of which have acids and some with unhealthy acids.
All fruit that is over ripe contains acetic acid, and no amino acids unless there is sufficient protein in the fruit. Brown rice contains 18 amino acids and 5% calcium. 8 of the amino acids are essential to the Krebs cycle, which generates 1 currency of energy per cycle...
If there is no amino acids free flowing through nutrition throughout the day and the energy levels are reduced after 30 minutes of hard work, the body will start to break down its only protein reserves muscles, to extract the amino acids it needs, to keep the metabolic cycle turning, its mostly quite logical really that it needs these chemicals to run more smoothly, just like an Olympic athlete cannot compete on normal food they need a little help, sadly its still out of control. Though you can read that my medication also improves cardiovascular performance, but inhibits fat burning.
I'm taking a heart medication which is called vastarel which inhibits the breakdown of fatty acid to flow in the blood stream, side effect is of course weight gain, as it interferes with the metabolic process. http://www.heartandmetabolism.org/issue ... starel.asp. My weight loss has been mostly muscle with 1 inch reduction on my biceps with only a small amount of fat loss the last 8 weeks.
Though I refuse to take statins for cholesterol because they are man made and which the source was stolen from the TCM Chinese and their vinegar http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_yeast_rice is what they also make vinegar with and has been around for centuries.
Though the fact people die of heart attacks in their 30's and 40's comes has a great surprise and shock to the most of us, but it shouldn't considering the junk food we eat and the fact that it is normal for the arteries to build up cholesterol if not on a proper diet, I myself have arteries closing at 30% 40% and 60% even though I have been athletic all my life, I have mixed it with binge drinking, and smoking too, with plenty of free radicals causing havoc. So there is no harm in drinking vinegars if it does the same as statins and break down fatty acids, there is no magic hokus pokus at all, it just corrects what has gone wrong by balancing the pH which in turn keeps us all healthy(Correct fuel mixture) for the right engine
Though it must have the essential amino acids, which apple cider doesn't have. Its through my research that i believe its not actually the vinegar but more the correct ingredients for brewing, and the amino acids which also effect the immune system. When the body starts to break down its own muscle to get the essential amino acids, the body becomes weaker and the immune system becomes weaker too, facts on wikipedia under immune system.
I think there are all kinds of vinegars in Takashimaya this weekend for the Autumn festival Japanese, Korean, Chinese