5 Amazing Health Benefits Of Spicy Foods



[Applause] five amazing health benefits of spicy foods they say that variety is the spice of life and that couldn't be more true when you look at well spice can you handle the heat in addition to the superhot taste we associate with Chili Peppers other types of spice include garlic turmeric cumin ginger and even cinnamon if you're a big fan of spicy food then we might just have some good news for you in addition to kicking your cooking skills up a notch many different types of spices also contain a wealth of health benefits to boot let's take a look at some of the ways eating spicy foods can have a positive impact on our health before we move on to the facts why not spice up your subscriptions by subscribing to besties and reading the notification bell as well that way you can stay up to date on all of our daily videos and content number one spicy food can help you lose weight according to data collected from a number of different studies certain types of spicy food may be able to give your metabolism a temporary boost which can in turn assist you with weight loss by burning through calories at a faster rate according to nutritionist and author Pamela Peeke the consumption of spicy foods that are rich in capsaicin such as red peppers increases your body's temperature and stimulates your body stores of brown fat as a result you can expect to experience your metabolism to be boosted by as much as 5% and an increase in fat burning by as much as 16% in addition to helping you burn calories and fat at a faster rate spicy foods can also help with weight loss by slowing down your appetite research from Purdue University indicates that eating spicy foods can reduce your appetite and lessen your food cravings reducing the chance of overeating and snacking on additional calories that you don't need however it's worth mentioning that the calorie burning effects of spicy foods like red peppers seems to be especially strong in people who don't eat spicy foods on a regular basis which seems to imply that your body can potentially build up a tolerance to spicy foods as well as the benefits it provides it's also worth mentioning that the weight loss benefits of red peppers and other spicy foods are not a substitute for a proper diet and exercise so don't go canceling your gym membership just yet number two spicy foods help your heart in addition to helping you towards a healthier weight spicy food may also be able to improve your health by preventing the risk of developing heart disease according to a study published in 2017 certain types of spicy foods such as chili peppers were found to greatly reduce the risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease other researchers such as Professor of cardiovascular medicine Michael Miller suggest that certain types of spices such as red pepper and turmeric can help improve your body's circulation by causing your blood vessels to dilate and reduce blood pressure additionally it's also possible that turmeric might be beneficial to your hearts health by lowering your body's levels of LDL cholesterol otherwise known as bad cholesterol on a more basic level research has also indicated that people who enjoy the taste of spicy foods are likely to consume less salt in their daily diet which can also lead to lower blood pressure as a result sounds like this is one type of heartburn we can certainly get behind number three spicy food can relieve pain to anyone who hates the taste of spicy food this one might sound a little hard to swallow however the potential for spicy food to relieve certain sources of pain is actually fairly well documented it's theorized that foods rich in capsaicin can potentially target a chemical within the brain known as substance P which plays a role in the pain your body feels from injuries by targeting this substance capsaicin is believed to help dull or lessen the pain these injuries cause other studies have also suggested that capsaicin may also be effective at protecting your body against ulcers by eliminating a type of harmful bacteria known as h pylori because of its supposed effectiveness at treating pain some doctors may even prescribe over-the-counter creams for pain relief they use capsaicin as an active ingredient other types of spices known as ginger and garlic are also noteworthy for anti-inflammatory properties and throughout history have been used for medicinal purposes such as treating everything from headaches for joint pain and arthritis number for spicy food can prevent cancer in addition to all of the other benefits we've already mentioned so far the capsaicin found in chili peppers and other types of spicy food may also be effective at fighting off certain varieties of cancer according to senior health care consultant Gregory a Plotnik off this is because capsaicin contains many of the same properties as certain types of drugs used to treat cancer and as a result they affect our bodies in similar ways a UCLA study has also determined that capsaicin was able to successfully limit the growth of cancer cells in mice while preventing any damage to healthy cells data collected from studies by Cancer Research UK also demonstrated promising results for the spice turmeric which in early clinical trials was found to help reduce the rate at which cancer cells grow however despite the body of evidence that seems to support certain spices being effective anti-cancer agents much of these findings are still inconclusive due to contradictory sources and as such the actual effectiveness of capsaicin and other spicy foods still remains up for debate in the scientific community number five spicy food can help improve your life according to a study published in 2015 by Harvard and China National Center for Disease Control and Prevention eating spicy food as part of your regular diet may actually be able to help you live a longer and healthier life based on the results of the study it seems that eating spicy food is often as once per day or even six or seven days a week is enough to reduce the mortality rates by as much as 14% if that wasn't enough spicy food might not only extend your life but also improve the quality of life as well the consumption of spicy food also boosts your brains production of certain hormones associated with positive feelings and emotions such as serotonin as a result spicy food may in fact be able to help lessen the negative emotions that come as symptoms of certain mental health afflictions such as depression in high levels of stress in other words integrating spicy food into your everyday meal plan will help you live longer as well as live better perhaps more than any other variety of food it seems like spicy foods causes the widest divides in terms of people who either can't stand it or can't get enough however for those of you who always opt for the mild salsa at the grocery store perhaps these health benefits associated with spicy food will make you feel a little more adventurous in the future and might even encourage you to spice things up in your everyday diet after all no pain no gain what's your take on spicy food do you always order the spiciest hot-wing on the menu or are you a little more mild-mannered in your daily diet we'd love to hear your feedback on the topic so as always be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section below and help us keep the conversation going enjoyed this video hit the like button and share with your friends also subscribe to our channel for more videos like this thanks for watching

24 Comments

  1. Did you find this video helpful or informative? What’s your take on spicy food? Do you always order the spiciest hot wings on the menu, or are you a little more mild-mannered in your daily diet? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends!🙂

  2. I Love very very very hot chilli peppers, I can eat raw chillis myself !!!

  3. 🌶🌶🌶>>>🥵🥵🥵>>>🚽🚽🚽

  4. Thats why i eat samyang 2x spicy noodles almost everyday to loose weight. 😁

  5. Spice luvr ♥♥♥♥

  6. Spicy Food Benfits:Helps you lose weight,Slows down your Appettite,Helps your heart,Relieves pain,Help fight Cancer ,Spicy food can help improve your life…….
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  7. I like hot spicy food, like hot woman. I grow my own Chili's too. 🤗 Tanks for the video

  8. I'm glad to know that spicy foods have health benefits! 😃 Thanks for the video bestie! 👍

  9. I can't eat without chili pepper…l always look for the spicy flavour…l really love spicy food

  10. Is spicy food good for enlarge prostate?

  11. Love spicy food Everyday

  12. I love spicy food! I'll eat it more often now!!! 🌶
    I love ginger candy it's my favorite. I've been depressed lately…maybe because I haven't been eating it in the past week or so. I've got to go to the store today!!!🍬🛒😋

  13. I love spicy foods so much… I feel the benefits of it and i believe

  14. Spicy food is bad for your gallbladder and appendix from what I'm told why I lost mine to, it inflames them and some people can't handle it, so be careful when eating too much spicy foods it's not for everyone. Just saying.

  15. He's running to the bathroom!! Hahaha

  16. If it burns your mouth is going to burn your ass

  17. I ate a lot of jalapenos one time I ate a big bowl of them that I had cooked up in a black frying pan I hate like about 3 lb of them and it was good going down but when it was coming out it burn my ass

  18. i am an indian and nothing in this video looked spicy at all.

  19. Actually I'm a chili pepper lover and consumer but only with strong meals of course. I normally bite chili pepper like Cheetos when having a lunch or a good snack with beer or red wine. Something you must know is the classic antidote: fresh and juicy tomato slices, when you feel your mouth is burning, just eat the tomato slices and that's it. Best regards.

  20. Thanks

  21. I eat spicy food every other day and I feel pretty good

  22. Great I like spicy food I don't know that spicy food have healthy benefits

  23. Taking huge shit

  24. Great, I love hot spicy foods, glad there are health benefits! Thanks for the video!

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