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Benefits of Green chillis
61. Burning off calories
Speeds up the metabolism (that is why we tend to perspire after eating chillies), hence burning off calories. Chilies are also good in Bcomplex group of vitamins such as niacin, pyridoxine (vitamin B6), riboflavin and thiamin (vitamin B1). These vitamins are essential in the sense that body requires them from external sources to replenish.
62. Release of endorphins
Taken internally, capsaicin triggers the release of endorphins, the bodys feelgood hormones, in the brain. Chili plant is a perennial small shrub with woody stem growing up to a meter height and bears white colored flowers. The pods are very variable in size, shape, color, and pungency. Depending on the cultivar type, they range from the mild, fleshy, Mexican bell peppers to the tiny, fiery, fingerlike chili peppers, commonly grown in Indian subcontinent. The hotness of chili is measured in
63. Health stimulant
Chillies are an excellent stimulant. When we eat chilli, the capsaicin stimulates the trigeminal nerve (the main facial nerve which has branches in the mouth, nose and eyes). This nerve system is a separate sense (different from the senses of taste and sm
64. Life sustainer
Capsaicin has been proven to protect DNA cells from attack by toxic molecules (eg: from tobacco and other toxins). The bhut jolokia, or ghost chili, comes from India and is the hottest chili pepper in the world. On the Scoville Scale (a scale that measures relative hotness of chilies), it measured at over a million Scoville Heat Units. A mere jalapeno measures around 2,500 to 5,000 units.
65. Protects against radiation
Chilli powder could protect healthy tissue in people undergoing radiation therapy (Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry). An Indian study found that chilli ranks above black pepper and turmeric in shielding 2 microorganisms (Escherichia coli and Bac
66. Stomach lining
Chillies help heal disorders of the stomach lining, like ulcers, by creating more mucous and coating the wall of the stomach. In countries like Thailand, Brazil and Mexico, where chilli is a big part of the staple diet, stomach ulcers are uncommon.
67. Contains Vitamin A
Needed for good vision and healthy immunity; and which also smoothens rough skin, clears acne, helps reduce wrinkles, heals wounds, and retards cell ageing). When dried the Vitamin A content increases as much as 100fold. Look for raw, fresh chilies featuring brilliant color (green, yellow, orange, red depending on the variety), with healthy stalk, wholesome and compact. Avoid those with spots or those spoiled tips and inflicted by molds.
68. Fresh chillies are high in Vitamin C
Twice the amount found in citrus fruits (like orange, pineapple and lime). And they contain 69 times as much Vitamin C as a tomato. Hot chillies (ie the
69. Rich in carotenoids
(Orange and red colouring compounds), which have strong antioxidant properties that protect against cancer. Red chillies are a good source of betacarotene. A single pod contains a full days supply of betacarotene and nearly twice the recommended daily
70. Provides many other nutrients
Including Vitamins B1 and B2, betacarotene, iron, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sodium, magnesium, zinc, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. 100 grams of red chillies offers a good source of protein (15.9 mg), calcium (160 mg) and phosphorus (370 mg). The same
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