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New research finds capsaicin destroys diseased cells, which could help fight cancer

Scientists reveal active component in chillies can cause cance...

Recent research, conducted by German scientists, has revealed that the active component in chillies, capsaicin, can cause cancer cells to self-destruct. Capsaicin is the compound that gives chilies their special kick, but while it can easily make some people ... News on Air, 2 weeks ago

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Capsaicin can help fight against breast cancer

Capsaicin, an active ingredient of pungent substances such as chilli or pepper, inhibits the growth of breast cancer cells. This was reported by a team headed by the Bochum-based scent researcher Prof Dr Dr Dr habil Hanns Hatt and Dr Lea Weber, ...
 News.am4 weeks ago Chili Peppers Inhibit Cancer Growth  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Cancer news.  Food Line Web4 weeks ago Active ingredient of pungent substances slows growth of breast cancer cells  News-Medical.Net1 month ago

Chilli Pepper Compound, Capsaicin, May Be The Answer To Cancer Treatment

Chillies can switch on special defences in cells surrounding cancerous growth and kill them off. The cell receptors triggered by chilli pepper compound, capsaicin, is called TRPV1, and it controls substances the cancerous growth can
 ITechPost2 weeks ago How chillies can help destroy cancer cells by making them self-destruct  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Hot off the press! How the spicy kick in CHILLIES can 'help destroy cancer cells by making them self-destruct'  Brief weeks ago Chillies could STOP breast cancer: Spicy ingredient can cause 'bad cells to self-destruct'  Brief weeks ago

Hot and healthy the red chilli powder

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Red, hot and full of passion. Red chillies can evoke so many emotions, culinary and otherwise. Red chilli powder is prepared by the process of drying and pulverizing the fruit of one or more varieties ...
 SlideShare.net22 hours ago Eat hot peppers to live longer  HT Syndication1 day ago Here's some good news for spicy food lovers  Khaleej Times3 days ago Eating Red Chilli Reduces Mortality  Asian Lite3 days ago
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Study finds hot chilli foods may prolong life

Eating spicy food may lead to a longer life, according to a new US study. Researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermony found that consumption of hot red chilli peppers is associated with a 13 per cent reduction in ...
 Sky News Australia5 days ago Extra hot please! Eating spicy food may be the key to a longer life  ONE News5 days ago Study reveals spicy food may lead to a longer life days ago Spicy food may lead to longer life: study  World News Australia5 days ago

Chillis: a walk on the mild side

Prefer your chillis sweet and mild? There are plenty of varieties and now's the time to start growing them Reaper, Viper, Scorpion and Satan are not words you normally find among the comfy and cosy plant variety names in seed catalogues, but the ...
 The Guardian2 weeks 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 Food2 days ago

Capsaicin applied to the skin for chronic neuropathic pain in adults

Bottom line There is moderate quality evidence that high-concentration (8%) capsaicin patches can give moderate pain relief, or better, to a minority of people with postherpetic neuralgia, and very low quality evidence that it benefits those with ...
 Cochrane6 days ago

The Effectiveness and Safety of Topical Capsaicin in Postherpetic Neuralgia: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Introduction Pain is described as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage ( Bode and Dong, 2011 ; Desai et al., 2012 ; Simon, 2012 ). There are two common types of pain, acute pain and ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics1 week ago

Chilli peppers may combat breast cancer

New research has found that a molecule found in chilli peppers may slow the growth of triple-negative breast cancer. This type of breast cancer tests negatively for three receptors that promote breast cancer growth—estrogen, progesterone, and ...
 Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago
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