Spicy Foods. What is so good about them?

23 Dec 2011 10:10 AMSupport Person Spicy Foods. What is so good about them?

New research is showing how adding spices to your everyday meals can help you in curbing hunger, strengthen muscles, boost your brainpower and even improve your mood!

New research is showing how adding spices to your everyday meals can help you in curbing hunger, strengthen muscles, boost your brainpower and even improve your mood! 

Without forgetting that you also get the superbly enhanced flavor in exchange of a few calories and zero fat, or close to it. Find out how spices help you in...  (read more link)

Stay leaner
A study in the British Journal of Nutrition found that when women added 2 teaspoons of cayenne pepper on their food, they consumed fewer calories and fat in later meals. You can start with a little and increase with time.

Get stronger
The curcumin that turns turmeric yellow also helps reduce inflammation and aids muscle repair after heavy exercise, researchers at the University of South Carolina at Columbia say. Enjoy the Indian spice for a few days before a big workout (try stirring it in a cup of lowfat cottage cheese and sliced fruit) to speed recovery.

Spicy Foods. What is so good about them?Anonymous

I completely agree with this findings "New research is showing how adding spices to your everyday meals can help you in curbing hunger, strengthen muscles, boost your brainpower and even improve your mood!"

I have tried adding tumeric to a variety of dishes now, they have turned out to be delish! following your recommendations is so easy,

thanks for sharing,

Ana.

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Chilli sauce adds a nice bite to a garden salad too.

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Now that you know that spicy food is good for you, start with a little dash and experiment, you'll soon find your tolerance level increasing! Post your top tips here. Thanks for sharing, Remy.

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