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Adding chilli to food really CAN help you lose weight: Compound in fiery peppers tells the body it's full, preventing over-eating
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Adding chilli to food really CAN help you lose weight: Compoun...

Capsaicin - which gives chillies their heat - reduces the amount people eat It activates the TRPV1 receptors in the stomach - which signal fullness These receptors are dampened by a high-fat diet, researchers found By Madlen Davies for MailOnline ... Capital Bay, 1 week ago
Chilli can help you lose weight The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
Chilli peppers may help you lose weight All4Women, 1 month ago

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Spice intake linked with lower risk of fatal diseases

Reduce­s chance­s of cancer, ischae­mic heart and respir­atory system diseas­es Fresh chilli is richer in capsaicin, vitamin C and other nutrients. PHOTO: FILE LONDON: Include fresh and dried chilli pepper in your diet as eating spicy ...
 The Express Tribune4 weeks ago Key to a longer life? Variety of hot spice may be it  BizNews.com3 weeks ago Apparently you can lower your risk of death by eating spicy food, especially fresh chilly, according to a study.  IAfrica.com4 weeks ago Eat spicy food for a longer life?  Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle4 weeks ago
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Here's a cool way to stay fit: Eat red hot chillies

Capsaicin, found in chillies, may prevent overeating through an action on nerves in the stomach. Here's a cool way to stay fit: Eat red hot chillies. According to a study, eating of hot chillies can prevent overeating via an action on nerves in the stomach, ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Pass the Tabasco - chilli could prevent overeating  Medical News Today1 week ago
Times Live South Africa

Curry favour with Grim Reaper

Fresh chilli is packed full of nutrients, vitamins and capsaicin that are thought to fight cancer, inflammation and obesity. File photo Image by: Thinkstock Curry really could be the spice of life after scientists discovered that eating hot food ...
 Times Live South Africa4 weeks ago
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Chilli pepper found to aid satiety

University of Adelaide researchers have discovered a high-fat diet may impair important receptors located in the stomach that signal fullness. Published in the journal PLOS ONE , researchers from the University's Centre for Nutrition and ...
 IFI Online1 week ago Hot chilli pepper may provide novel treatment for obesity  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Spice up your body  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Hot chilli peppers hold potential breakthrough in treatment for obesity  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago

Hot chilli could be the key to losing weight

Eating hot chillies could be the key to helping people to lose weight - and preventing obesity in the first place, scientists believe. Researchers from Adelaide University found that chili activates nerves in the stomach which send signals to the ...
 News.am1 week ago Chilli a hot tip for weight loss drug  Canberra Times2 weeks ago Appetite-suppressing power of hot chilli could lead to a new weight loss drug  WA Today2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Like it hot? Then you might live longer

Each time you drizzle Tabasco on your food, ask for kimchi top-ups and munch on fresh chillies, you may be lowering your risk of death, new research suggests. A study involving half a million people by Harvard and Peking university researchers has ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
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Why women are the colder sex as it's revealed air conditioning in offices is too chilly.

Women's metabolic rate is typically a third lower than that of a man Workplace temperatures are based on metabolic rate of 40-year-old male Women also feel the cold more when they are tired or hungry, study finds By Sarah Rainey For The Daily Mail ...
 Capital Bay4 weeks ago

Chilli season hots up in West Sussex

As LOUISE MIDGLEY reports, organisers are preparing tofire up the 20th Chilli Fiestain West Dean on7 - 9 August Until last year, I'd never been to a chilli fiesta and went along with my son, a chef, to the one at West Dean, which attracts ...
 Retiremove1 month ago

Mechanism of pain relief by hot Chilli Peppers revealed

Pain management has been a topic of interest for decades and it is rather intriguing to know that substances which inflict pain can also be used in alleviating pain, like Capsaicin (the molecule responsible for the spiciness of Chilli peppers). An ...
 Fresh Plaza1 month ago
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