Diets

Spice Up Your Health With Red Peppers

If you’re a fan of spicy foods, then you’re in luck. A study by researchers from the University of Vermont found that eating red chili peppers may help you live longer. The study, published in the journal PLOS One, involved over 16,000 participants. The researchers followed them for 23 years and studied their eating habits.

They found that subjects who said they regularly ate “hot red chili peppers” had lower total cholesterol and lower rates of high blood pressure than those who didn’t eat chili peppers at all. Read more…

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