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The chili pepper is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum,The main component in chilies is a chemical called Capsaicin, which is responsible for the intense heat sensation its the members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae. it is simply ... Pocket News, 1 month ago

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Ginger compound to the rescue

Capsaicin, the compound that gives chilli peppers their kick, has been previously associated with cancer. Now, researchers show in studies with mice that the pungent compound in ginger, 6-gingerol, could counteract capsaicins potentially harmful effects. In ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
MSN South Africa

Man badly injured in ghost chilli-eating contest

DebbiSmirnoff via Follow MSN SA on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news updates. A 47-year-old has reminded us it's never a good idea to eat the world's hottest chillies after an eating contest left him with a hole in his throat. The ...
 MSN South Africa1 month ago Man gets 2.5cm tear in oesophagus after eating world's spiciest chilli  Asiaone1 month ago 'Ghost Pepper' Chilli-Eating Contest Leaves Man With A Hole In His Throat  Huffington Post UK1 month ago

The flavour jigsaw: Hot chillies Part 2

Read Part 1 Hot chillies taste a little like flames in the mouth due to a general response from the sensory nervous system called nociception it is the same response initiated by real (and more dangerous) stimuli such as severe temperatures and ... days ago Is eating extremely hot chilli peppers bad for you?  BBC1 month ago

Spice up your life with ginger-chilli, it reduce cancer risk

If you are one who loves hot-n-spicy food, then this is of course a news for you to cherish.New evidence suggests eating chilli and ginger together could help prevent cancer.Some earlier research has suggested that capsaicin, the compound that gives ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Mid Day

Experts on the amazing health benefits of chillies

Prev By Krutika Behrawala| Posted 3 hours US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton swears by hot sauce to help boost her immunity. Here's why chillies are good for your health As America awaits the verdict on who their next President ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago

5 foods that boost your metabolism

Burn more calories by giving your metabolism a rev with these foods It's not uncommon to hear people saying theyve gained weight because of having a slow metabolism but have you really considered how this affects your weight? While there is ...
 Destiny Man3 days ago

The ultimate guide to literally keeping it hot this winter

UTC Though the human body tops out at a steamy 98.6 degrees, it certainly doesn't feel that way on a cold day. The science behind staying warm is actually pretty simple: When your body converts calories into energy it produces heat. The more ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago

10 Fat burning foods for a slimmer body

Looking for a way to lose weight without having to go on yet another diet? There are certain foods which, when integrated into your diet, can actually help you burn more fat. Food contains calories, and calories are the stuff that fat is made of.
 Times of Oman4 weeks ago

Hot or not — tips for growing capsicums

, 11:40 am You have to love the summer vegies or, in this case, fruits. They are succulent, sweet, colourful and delicious. If you love tomatoes and chillies, you have to plant out some capsicums as well. They are all in the Solanaceae ...
 West Australian1 month ago
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