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MANY BENEFITS OF CHILI PEPPERS YOU MAY NOT KNOW
Chili peppers are rich in various vitamins and minerals.
- Spicy food not only makes people feel happy, in fact, rich nutrition pepper, there are many health effects. First, the types and amounts of vitamins in the pepper are exceptionally rich. A small pepper, vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, carotene, folic acid and other vitamins are all included.
- Loaded with Vitamin C and beta-carotene, green chillies are great for healthy eyes, skin and immune system. It is a powerful antioxidant, important for wound healing and immune function.
- Chilies are excellent source of Vitamin, A, B, C and E with minerals like molybdenum, manganese, folate, potassium, thiamin, and copper. Chili contains seven times more vitamin C than orange.
- Chili pepper contains 108 percent of the vitamin C daily requirements per tablespoon. Vitamin C is a powerful natural water-soluble antioxidant that helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents and eliminates cancer-causing free radicals in the body.
Chilli contains a large amount of vitamin C
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Interestingly enough capsaicin, found in green chillies although hot to taste, has been shown to lower body temperature by stimulating the cooling center of the hypothalamus in the brain. This explains why, even in very hot places like India, green chillies are consumed.
Capsaicin in green chillies has a stimulating effect on the mucus membranes of the nose and sinuses. Capsaicin stimulates blood flow through the membranes and causes mucus secretion to become thinner. This action makes it beneficial in combating the common cold or sinus infections.
Capsaicin is well known to contain a Neuropeptide associated with the inflammatory process. Chilli related alterations in plasma proteins have been reported in patients with auto-inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid and arthritis.
Improves circulatory system
Hot pepper contains the capsaicin which stimulates our nerves in a way that aids in increasing blood circulation. Studies have shown that hot peppers actually increase circulation and might also help people with high blood pressure.
Hot pepper being beneficial in reducing cholesterol levels, triglycerides as well as platelet aggregation, helpful in reducing blood pressure and formation of blood clots; can be helpful in safeguarding your heart. Capsaicin present in hot pepper is known to be protecting you against heart diseases.
Eating chilli pepper helps remove toxins and relieve your pain
Chili pepper can help boost your immunity and keep you healthy through cold and flu season.
According to an expreriment in Australia, a group of voluntaries could be easy to sleep when they ate meals containing chili spice
Everyday, 25 voluntaries are fed about 30g chili per day. As a result, they get a better sleep comparing to people who did not eat chili
Fat Burning and Weight Loss
Eating chilli pepper help burn calo after meal
One of the most known benefits of hot pepper is that they are beneficial in burning fat and losing weight. Hot peppers can burn fat by means of thermogenesis. This is because of the presence of Capsaicin or the chemical which burns calories within our bodies.