The key to a long life may be hiding in your kitchen. According to a new study, pepper may decrease the risk of heart attacks and strokes. These results are limited to chilli pepper, however. eating chilli peppers four times a week can reduce the risk of dying of a heart attack by 40%. The risk of a stroke reduced by 23% for study participants that regularly ate chilli peppers. The study was completed over 8 years in Italy.
- Research has shown that consuming spicy foods may increase lifespan, especially if they contain chili pepper.
- Chili pepper also aids in positive digestive health and helps people to lose weight.
- Although, consuming too much chili pepper may cause an upset stomach or unwanted redness.
“The newly released research shows that you can cut the risk of heart attack, stroke and even death by simply eating pepper”