capsaicin

This is a crosspost of my blog, Healthy Food & Healthy Living. Spices for healing are an old belief with a modern incarnation
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Go on, make your order extra spicy. A new study presented at the Biophysical Society's 59th Annual Meeting in Baltimore revealed
Capsaicin's positive effects are modest. But they are real. All of this is to say, the obsession with chili pepper heat may be a fad. Or a form of masochism. But it may also reflect -- for once -- popular taste and nutrition in a happy alliance.
Obesity and being overweight are linked to higher disease state complications and progression of both gout and osteoarthritis. So getting yourself into target weight is important for joint health.
Banish your fear of making food too spicy by learning to prep in three different ways.
A team of scientists recently completed the first high-quality reference genome for the hot pepper. Comparing the pepper’s
Texas Pete (747 SHU) Sriracha (2,200 SHU) (Photo via Flickr: vilseskogan) You're a no-nonsense type of person, aren't you