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About 45 results for "chillies capsaicin"

It is neither pepper nor chilli
The Hindu

Chilli - love the burn

Chilli peppers contain a compound called capsaicin. When humans (and other mammals) eat chilli peppers , capsaicin targets specific pain receptors, the same ones that respond to actual heat. The burning sensation caused by eating chillies generates ... Institute of Food Science and Technology, 2 days ago
It is neither pepper nor chilli The Hindu, 2 months ago
The spray that was neither pepper nor chilly, 2 months ago

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Sydney Morning Herald, 2 months ago
Yahoo! Maktoob

Stock up to slim down - belly busting food swaps for your weekly shop

Chilli Teff Despite being tiny (a grain of teff is about the same size as a poppy seed) teff is packed full of nutritional goodness. It's a high in calcium, resistant starch and a fantastic source of vitamin C. It's also naturally gluten-free. In ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Herb and chilli festival feeds a burning desire

The chilli, it seems, is hot in more ways than one. Three years ago when Clive and Di Larkman decided to organise a festival to celebrate the vast range of produce at their Yarra Valley company Renaissance Herbs, they wanted to call it the Herb ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Wandin's herb and chilli festival feeds a burning desire  Inverell Times1 month ago

Curry cure: Chillies are the hot new thing in medicine

Understanding why mint tastes cool and chilli is hot could bring new cures for chronic pain, obesity and even cancer IT STARTS out as a pleasant tingle, before growing into a burning sensation that feels like your whole mouth is ablaze. You sweat, ...
 New Scientist1 month ago
Nutra Ingredients USA

Capsaicin analog shows weight management potential: Symrise study

Consuming the less pungent capsaicin analog, nonivamide, may reduce subsequent energy intake during a meal, says a new study from Symrise with implications for weight management. Data from 24 men indicated that a glucose solution supplemented ...
 Nutra Ingredients USA1 day ago

Capsaicin Treatment Attenuates Cholangiocarcinoma Carcinogenesis

Capsaicin, the most abundant pungent molecule produced by pepper plants, represents an important ingredient in spicy foods consumed throughout the world. Studies have shown that capsaicin can relieve inflammation and has anti-proliferative effects ...
 PLoS Medicine1 day ago

Grow your own chilli plants (The West Australian)

The hot pepper that originated in South America but is grown almost everywhere on the planet these days is, for many people, an addiction. Whether you love fiery food or a milder heat there's a chilli for you, as they range from a sweet pepper ...
 West Australian4 weeks ago Grow your own chilli plants  West Australian4 weeks ago
Special Broadcasting Service

Mexican Fiesta: Peter's guide to chillies

The first evidence of chillies in Mexico and Central America dates back to 7500BC, and they are everywhere in Mexican life. Christopher Columbus first found chillies in the Caribbean and brought them back for the Spanish court. Portuguese traders ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago

Chilli Challenge Post-Mortem: Lessons Learned

Last week, I took part in my own personal Chilli Challenge which involved eating whole red peppers and testing different cooling remedies; from milk to hot water. Was milk the winner? How bad were the stomach cramps? Has my rectum recovered? All ...
 Lifehacker Australia1 month ago

Chilli Challenge #4: Fighting Fire With Yoghurt And Cucumber

What's the most effective way to stop chilli from burning a hole in your taste-buds? In a bid to find out, I'll be sticking an entire chilli into my mouth each day this week, followed by a popular cooling remedy. On today's menu: natural yoghurt and ...
 Lifehacker Australia1 month ago Chilli Challenge #1: Fighting Fire With Bread And Milk  Lifehacker Australia1 month ago Chilli Challenge: What's The Most Effective Way To Stop The Burning?  Lifehacker Australia1 month ago Chilli Challenge #3: Fighting Fire With Hot Water And Sugar  Lifehacker Australia1 month ago
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