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Most of us have a sweet tooth and it turns out there is a healthy way to indulge it.
The Doctors share adding balsamic vinegar to some types of fruit can help to enhance the fruit's sweetness. The balsamic vinegar adds a taste contrast to the fruit, and we recommend adding a spritz of it on berries, like blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or even melon.