A chili pepper a day keeps the doctor away?

Eating spicy food frequently is linked to a lower risk of death, according to a large Chinese study published this week in the BMJ journal. The study involved 487,375 people aged 30 to 79 across China. According to the researchers, it is possible that that spicy foods and and their active components like capsaicin might lower inflammation, improve metabolic status and have a positive effect on gut bacteria and weight. Inspiration for dinner tonight?

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A chili pepper a day keeps the doctor away?

Eating spicy food frequently is linked to a lower risk of death, according to a large Chinese study published this week in the BMJ journal. The study involved 487,375 people aged 30 to 79 across China. According to the researchers, it is possible that that spicy foods and and their active components like capsaicin might lower inflammation, improve metabolic status and have a positive effect on gut bacteria and weight. Inspiration for dinner tonight?

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