Scientists have proven that spicy
food can kill cancer cells.
Capsicum, the compound in chili that
makes them hot has been shown to
effectively kill cancer, and eating
it regular is at least a cancer
preventative. It also offers a range
of other health benefits, including
a spicy sex life.
Dr Timothy Bates
who made the discovery says that
"This is incredibly exciting and may
explain why people living in
countries like Mexico and India, who
traditionally eat a diet which is
very spicy, tend to have lower
incidences of many cancers that are
prevalent in the western world."
According to Bates, capsicum
attacks the power house of the
tumour, thus killing the cancerous
tumour cells and reducing tumour
growth, while not appearing to harm
surrounding healthy cells.
Other Benefits of Hot Food
Beautiful Skin Anti inflammatory
and improves circulation
Relief and prevention of
Arthritis It offers pain relief and
is anti inflammatory.
Lowers Blood Pressure Going hot
increases the circulatory system and
maintains strong cell walls.
A fantastic remedy for Cluster
Headaches and Migraines rub a chili
on your temples, and some
researchers are even investigating
the effects of snorting it up the
nose! (I don't recommend this to the
faint hearted!) A mood lifter and
depression fighter they increase
endorphins and other mood elevating
Reduce flu symptoms, sinusitis,
and respiratory problems opens
everything up, makes you sweat, and
boosts the system. A fantastic
remedy for Herpes Simplex flare ups
you can rub a hot chili straight on
the skin to watch it disappear!
Muscle Pain we all know that
putting something hot and spicy on
muscular pain offers relief. Again,
a hot chili pepper straight on the
skin will do the trick.
has been shown to block contractions
that cause unpredictable loss of
Psoriasis - Topical capsicum
creams have been prescribed to dry
up psoriasis patches.
Ulcers - Hot peppers inhibit the
growth of H. Pylori, the bacteria
that causes certain kinds of ulcers.
And the best benefit of all is
that it improves libido and sex
So if you are interested in
preventing cancer, enjoying good
health, and spicing up your sex
life, eat more spicy food!