Hot peppers play a gastronomically important role in the lives of some people. There are those who like spicy flavors, some who like less and some who don’t like strong flavors at all.
However, consuming it can be very beneficial from a health perspective, as research has shown that consuming hot peppers reduces premature mortality by 13 percent.
Because it helps blood circulation, strengthens the heart, arteries and nerves. It reduces the accumulation of cholesterol in the blood, the capsaicin content of strong peppers helps it to break down and leave the body naturally. By boosting blood circulation, it not only helps regulate blood pressure, but also helps prevent the risk of heart and coronary heart disease. It also reduces the chance of having a heart attack and stroke.
It speeds up the metabolism and greatly promotes natural weight loss by increasing body temperature due to the effect of capsaicin. It has a bactericidal and antiseptic effect.
Contrary to popular belief, there is a misconception that strong taste harms the stomach. In large quantities, it can irritate the digestive system a bit, but at the same time it protects the gastric mucosa, thereby reducing the development of ulcers and stimulating the production of digestive juices.
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It is also often recommended for winter colds. It relieves sore throat, nasal congestion and dilutes mucus stuck in the paranasal sinuses.
In addition, capsaicin is used for nerve damage, migraines, and limb pain caused by diabetes.
Why is it good to pinch?
In the sense of a pungent taste, the brain produces endorphins, which also act as painkillers. This makes it so enjoyable to eat strong peppers. We long for it because it is associated with a sense of happiness.
If you are a little sad, eat some strong peppers, see, the mood-improving effect is not left behind!
Source: Napidoktor by napidoktor.hu.
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