HEALTH BENEFITS SPICY FOOD.
Modern science is re-establishing what the ancient Indian science of Ayurveda has been practicing for centuries. Spicy food is good for robust health in many ways, contrary to its general reputation. Of course, anything in excess as an obsession is avoidable. But in good measure, spicy food is a connoisseurs delicious passion and culinary delight.
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Spiciness stimulates stomach secretions. This in turn increases flow to the stomach and even increases the mucous lining and combat ulcers.
Spicy foods are said to help to speed up metabolism thus helping in weight loss. Furthermore, studies have shown that people who eat spicy foods eat smaller portions which can cut calories
Capsaicin (found in spices and jalepeno peppers) is known to attacks and kills cancer cells. The way it does this is by attacking the mitochondria which are the powerhouses of cells.
The spicier the food, the more it increases your blood flow. This gets the heart pumping, and raises the bodys temperature. In hot climate this can actually make you feel cooler by making you sweat which cools the body.
IMPROVISED SLEEP PATTERNS
Research has found that people who regularly consumed spicy meals fell asleep more easily. They also had healthier sleep patterns, and even woke up easier and had more energy throughout the day.