For Added Health, Add Some Heat!

Large_CayenneResearchers at Purdue University have found that chemicals in peppers called capsaicinoids (that’s what gives you that burning sensation in your mouth) reduce cravings for fatty, salty and sweet foods.
Consuming foods that pack a spicy punch may help you burn off more calories from that meal too.
As Capsaicinoids move through your digestive system, they signal receptors to increase the number and activity of the body’s “brown fat” cells, which increase core temperature and burn calories faster than usual.

How much to use: At least 1/2 teaspoon of hot peppers per serving.

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