Sauces are an excellent emulsifier, and besides improving the taste, they also improve digestion and absorption of food.
Sauces are meant to improve food's taste, digestion, and absorption. Homemade sauces, due to their emulsifying properties, are excellent foods.
- The typical ingredients in sauces are mustard, honey, vinegar, mayonnaise, and oil. All these ingredients are excellent emulsifiers that yield significant benefits for gut health. It is best if the sauce is homemade or good-quality and made without additives, stabilizers, or similar chemicals.
- The intestines work very hard and need constant tissue renewal and lubrication of the intestinal walls. It is not by chance that we add butter to mashed potatoes and olive oil to salads. The taste is tastier, but the digestion is also better. There is no reason to fear obesity because of sauces in reasonable quantities.
Most industrialized sauces are processed food. They sometimes contain preservatives, stabilizers, or other chemicals that improve shelf life and taste. They Disrupt digestive processes.
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