We are talking about peppers. They are not only delicious, but also represent a treasure trove of useful and healthy ingredients (minerals, vitamins, carotenoids, flavonoids). Peppers can be mild or so hot that many people consider them as indispensable aphrodisiac.
Peppers can be found in a variety of colors and shapes, and is not a rule that red peppers are the hottest. There are green peppers that are so hot you feel like your tongue and palates are burning. Curability of the pepper in folk medicine has never been put into question. It is rich in minerals, vitamins, especially vitamin C. The older the pepper is the greater amount of vitamins and minerals it possesses.
Peppers have been used in folk medicine as antidepressant, antirheumatic, aphrodisiac, antiseptic and diuretic.
100 grams of fresh red peppers contain 92% of water, 6 grams of carbohydrates, 0, 99 grams of protein, 0,3 grams of fat and 1, 2 grams of diet fiber.
Here are the benefits of regularly consuming peppers:
– They strengthen the immunity
– Soothe PMS symptoms
– Peppers stimulate the production of collagen
– Improve vision
– Protect against prostate cancer
– Improve mood
– Stimulate hair growth
– Accelerates metabolism
– Help in the process of reducing excess body weight.