Amazing Anti-Aging Health Benefits Of Chili Peppers!
The Health Benefits Of Chili Peppers Have Been Known For Thousands Of Years…
Loaded with vitamins, minerals, capsaicins and anti-microbial properties, chili peppers are believed by many to be also a powerful anti-aging food and a highly effective remedy for many diseases.
By: Greg Montoya
Here are some of the many potential health benefits of chili peppers:*
Healthy Clear Skin – Can help keep your skin clear from pimples, rashes, etc.
Eyes – Contain vitamin A, which is vital for healthy eyes.
Cancer prevention – Loaded with capsaicins, a compound believed to prevent carcinogens from attaching to DNA, thus providing cancer protection.
Pain relief – Capsaicins found in chili peppers help block pain transmission from inflamed areas of the body, thus helping to prevent the sensation of pain.
Helps prevent food poisoning – Contain powerful anti-microbial properties that can kill food pathogens. Because of this, I make it a point to eat chili peppers when dining out, especially when traveling where my body may not have a developed resistance to certain pathogens.
Burns calories – Can dramatically speed up the metabolism, thus burning more calories and fat. It also helps the secretion of digestive juices that can ward off indigestion – Ever wonder why you sweat when eating chili peppers?… This is the capsaicin in chili peppers at work burning calories and melting fat away in your body!
Cardiovascular support – Can help regulate blood pressure within normal levels and can help lower cholesterol and triglycerides.
Additional Potential Health Benefits of Chili Peppers:*
Chili peppers have powerful healing properties providing you don’t have allergies to them or stomach sensitivities, I highly recommend that you consider adding them (even a small piece per meal) to your diet on a regular basis.
Here’s why I recommend eating chili peppers on a regular basis:*
• Help Fight Migraine Headaches and Sinus Headaches
• Help Prevent Sinusitis and Relieve Congestion
• Help Fight Cancer
• Help Lower High Blood Pressure
• Help Fight Inflammation
• Help Burn Fat and Encourage Weight Loss
• Help Protect Your Heart
• Loaded With Vitamin C
• Can Warm You On Cold Winter Days
TIP on eating chili peppers for those who “can’t handle the heat”: Break the chili pepper up in small pieces and place it in the center of your tongue with a mouth full of food, mix it in and chew. The further you keep the chili pepper in the back of your mouth the less you will feel the burn. It’s the tip of your tongue and the lip areas that can “set you on fire” if you are sensitive.