Saturday, October 26, 2019

Careful! Eating too spicy can be dangerous for you

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'Spicy food' can reduce memory

Careful! Eating too spicy can be dangerous for you

Introduction

Do you like spicy food too ?? Sweet Spicy Chicken, and Soil Sausage, Boon Bo Hue, Arbabyta Sauce, Spicy Chicken, Spicy Chips, Marigage Sausage, Spicy Sausage, Spicy Sausage, Spicy Nuts, Spicy Nuts, Hot and Spicy Chicken, Spicy Chicken Soup, Spicy Chicken Wings. Spicy Italian Sausage, Spicy Soup, Spicy Sauce, Spicy Ice Cream, Spicy Roasted Gram, Taco Bell Spicy Ranch, Spicy Kimchi, Moroccan Spicy Chicken, Spicy Seafood Sauce, Spicy Honey Sauce, Spicy Cocktail Sauce, etc. are fond of eating ?? So be careful because it directly affects your brain and reduces your memory by 56% and compared to people.
            Many people like spicy food, but this choice can prove dangerous to them. Recent research has claimed that memory problems may arise in those who eat pungent food every day. In research conducted by researchers on 4,500 people, this drug has been done that people who eat more than 50 grams of chili daily have less memory doubled. Research has also claimed that eating spicy chili food for 15 years can reduce memory by 56%.

"Capsaicin" present in chili affects nerves

Scientists do not understand why there is such a relationship between the two ?? Some earlier research suggests that the capsaicin present in chili helps to keep your brain sharp. However, a high dose of capsaicin is given to inactivate nerves and nerves in which pain is felt.
                         Researchers claim that it affects the nerves of the brain, but this theory seems highly imaginary. Some other experts told people who like chili in food that they do not need to leave chili yet. The research was carried out at the "Qatar University" and included researchers from the University of Southern Australia. Jim Shee, the author of the research, said that the use of chili has been described in earlier research as beneficial for losing weight and keeping blood pressure correct.

There are many benefits of chili as well

Researchers have written in the "Journal Nutrients" that diet is also a variable risk factor with smoking and inactivity. Chili is the most used spice worldwide and is most commonly consumed in "Asia". Dr. Ming Li, the co-author of the research, said that in some areas of China, such as Sichuan and Hunan Province, one in three adults consume spicy foods daily. Chili is considered beneficial for reducing the risk of obesity, blood pressure, and early death. Capsaicin present in chilies reduces excess stress. Research results showed that those who ate more spicy food had poor memory. Those who ate more than 50 grams of chili daily had worse memory than those who did not eat chilies.