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Tag Archives: cayenne pepper for metabolism
Posted on May 6, 2011
The New York Times ran an interesting article just a few days ago about some research into using cayenne pepper and other foods as an appetite suppressant. Most people already know that spicy peppers tend to act to curb the appetite, but this new study approached things a bit differently. What they looked at was comparing folks who already like spicy foods and those who don’t usually eat it. What they found is that the cayenne pepper appetite suppressant properties are more pronounced for those folks who don’t normally eat spicy food. This sounds like good news for you if … Continue reading →
Posted on October 10, 2010
Cayenne pepper is a red, hot chili pepper and has many uses. Itâ€™s been used for thousands of years in alternative medicines as well as adding flavor to many recipes. The most important ingredient in Cayenne pepper is Capsaicin, although vitamin C, vitamin E and carotenoids are also present in small amounts. Many health experts are huge proponents of Cayenne pepper and feel that itâ€™s one of the best natural herbs around for keeping the human body healthy. While there is a wide variety of health benefits in Cayenne pepper, popularity surrounding Cayenne pepper pills has grown over using the … Continue reading →
Posted on September 22, 2010
If you are wondering how cayenne pepper and your metabolism work together, there is definitely good news. Cayenne pepper has been proven to boost a bodyâ€™s metabolism when used correctly. This makes it the perfect weight loss aid and much more effective than those expensive pills and potions that companies try to get you to buy. Not only does it help boost your metabolism, it also burns fat, and is a rich source of vitamins C, B complexes and A, as well as potassium and organic calcium. There are a lot of herbalists that believe Cayenne pepper is the best … Continue reading →