This compound is called "Capsaicin." This is actually the compound inside hot peppers that actually makes them hot, hot, hot.
So the hotter the pepper, the higher the level of Capsaicin.
In today's study released by US and Japanese researchers, the presence of Capsaicin showed an 80% reduction in prostate cancer alone.
I'll tell you this,
The benefits of Capsaicin in hot peppers have been known for years and go far beyond its anti-cancer fighting attributes...
So pay close attention.
Here are the most notable (and dramatic) hot pepper health benefits:
- Anti-inflammatory: Capsaicin has been proven to fight chronic inflammation, a rapidly growing condition in North America.
- Headache Relief: Studies have shown that Capsaicin is extremely effective for relieving AND preventing cluster headaches, migraine headaches and sinus headaches. Another growing problem among many North Americans.
- Sinus Relief: Capsaicin possesses powerful anti-bacterial properties that naturally clear out congested nasal passages. Its no secret that your eyes water and you often get a runny nose when you eat a really hot pepper. That is the cleansing process at its finest.
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