Sunday, January 15, 2017

Glad Eating Spicy Make Age Longer

Good news for fans of spicy food! Researchers from Larner College of Medicine, University of Vermont found the association between eating chilli and longevity.

According to the research report, Prof. Benjamin Littenberg and medical students Mustafa Chopan check nutrition examination surveys and national health of the 16,000 Americans who conducted more than 23 years.

They noticed a 13 percent reduction in total mortality in those who frequently eat chili.

Littenberg and Chopan admit, that eating spicy food "is still far from certain" delay death. Nevertheless they believe spicy meal can help prevent deaths related to health caused by obesity.

Researchers also believe that capsaicin, the active ingredient found in chili peppers can act as antimicrobial agents that fight bacteria and viruses in the body.

Chopan said that although not conclusive, the study of chili can be used in future research in the form of clinical trials. The food was spicy from the chili potentially recommended to make life longer.

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