Spicy food healthy or non-healthy?
Topic: Spicy food healthy or non-healthy?
December 9, 2019 / By Geneva Question:
I mean food that has hot sauce on it. I put around 2 teaspoons or whatever in my meals all the time.
Is it healthy or non-healthy?
Is there a health difference in naturally spicy foods and hot-sauce-spiced-up foods?
Best Answers: Spicy food healthy or non-healthy?
Deirdre | 7 days ago
I read in a magazine that eating 1 teaspoon of red pepper sauce every day will boost your metabolism.. spices are fine.
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Moderation is the key here. It also depends too whether if you have ulcer or any medical conditions that will prevent you from enjoying the spicy dishes. That may be what the west was referring to?
Most spicy foods has chili which contains capsaicin, which is known to lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and other health conditions. It definately has health benefits if you are a healthy individual consuming it in moderation.
It's bad only if you have an ulcer or if you're prone to getting ulcers. Otherwise, spices are good for you- they add flavor without adding calories, peppery and hot spices improve blood flow, and they make life more fun.
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Generally speaking hot sauce is not bad for you except if it has sugar in it. Check the ingredient label to find out.
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there would be a difference in naturally spicy foods and hot-sauce-spiced-up foods... hot-sauce-spiced-up foods may not be as easy on your digestive system
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depends on which kind of spices you use a healthy choice would be rosemary or fennel or flaxseed some you can mix good and you cant even tell that they're in the dish
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