If you’ve heard the claim that peppers make you lose weight, you may want to take it with a grain of salt.
Capsaicin: Found in hot peppers (including chilis and cayenne powder), capsaicin has been shown to boost metabolism as well as
suppress appetite, at least slightly. Over time, this effect might give you an extra edge when it comes to weight loss. But it
won’t melt the pounds away.
Research shows that people who don’t typically eat spicy foods are most likely to benefit from turning the heat up a notch.
Capsaicin seems to affect metabolism by raising body temperature, which uses up more energy.
|Product Type:||Single Herbs & Spices|
|Features:||No speckle, no mould, No sudan red 1,2,3&4. No heavy metal, no pesticide, Hand selected|
|Density:||500gl min-630gl min|
|Shape:||Whole, broken, flakes, granule, powder|
|Samples:||Free or available|
|Place of Origin:||VietNam|
|Shelf Life:||2 years|
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