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Effect of red pepper (chillies) and capsaicin on fat absorptio...

Effect of red pepper (chillies) and capsaicin on fat absorption and liver fat EnvironmentGuru.com, 1 month ago
NDTV

10 Best Bell Pepper Recipes

Don't go by the name or the size, bell peppers are nothing like their potent look-a likes - chillies , or even black pepper for that matter. Even though they contain small amounts of the chemical ' capsaicin ', which is responsible for the ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago

I entered a chilli eating contest. It was not pretty

Completely naked and sprawled out on the cool tiles of the toilet cubicle floor, all I could do to distract myself was listen to the loud cheers erupting outside at the bar. Excruciating doesn't come close to describing the pain. As I lay sweating, ...
 Northern Territory News3 weeks ago
Stuff.co.nz

World's hottest chilli, the Carolina Reaper, growing in Mt Eden backyard

Elesha Edmonds/Stuff.co.nz Yash Amin grows the world's hottest chillies in the backyard of his Mt Eden home. It looks like a harmless green pepper but its searing heat induces tears, sweat and sizzles the lining of your mouth. The ...
 Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago The world's 10 hottest chillies  Australian Women's Weekly1 month ago
Food World News

Spice It Up: Effects of Eating Spicy Food on Your Health

SHANGRAO, CHINA - JULY 21: (CHINA OUT) Chillies and other harvests dry in the sun during China's First Cultural Festival for Autumn Harvests on June Sixth according to Chinese can\\lendar at Huangling Village of Wuyuan County on July 21, 2015 in ...
 Food World News1 month ago
Australian Department of Agriculture and Food

Growing capsicums and chillies

Introduction Capsicums ( Capsicum annuum ) and chillies ( Capsicum frutescens ) originate from South and Central America. They are members of the Solanaceae family, as are tomatoes, potatoes and eggplant. Plants are bushy, about 6080cm high and ...
 Australian Department of Agriculture and Food1 month ago
New Food Magazine

Could cinnamon be used in foods to help prevent weight gain?

You are here: Home » News » Industry news » Several studies have shown that shown the impact of both capsaicin (the pungent ingredient of red chilli pepper) on energy expenditure and fat oxidationand suggest they may help prevent weight gain. ...
 New Food Magazine2 months ago Nestlé: can cinnamon help prevent weight gain?  IFI Online2 months ago

4 delicious ways to eat yourself thin

Pixabay Monday, Apr 25, 2016 The Star/ANN Think of your body's metabolism as an engine. It burns calories to keep it chugging along. Metabolism is the rate at which the body burns the calories it gets from food. The faster your metabolism ...
 Asiaone6 days ago
TheStar.com.my

Is nasi lemak really a healthy dish?

The recent article inTimemagazine which stated that nasi lemak is one of 10 healthy international breakfasts was picked up by most major Malaysian newspapers and one can presume, generated much conversation in kopitiams across the country.
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

4 Instant Ways to Cool Your Mouth after Eating Spicy Food

4pm hunger pangs demand a bite of something delicious. Our dreams were recently answered when a local food stall outside the office started serving up a variety of momos . The best dish on his menu, arguably, is a plate of momos doused in a ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago
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