Green chili peppers are low in calories and a good source of various nutrients, including vitamins A and C, potassium, and dietary fiber.
Capsaicin in chili peppers boosts metabolism, aiding weight management by temporarily increasing metabolic rate.
Capsaicin aids pain relief in creams; consuming chili might similarly help, but more research is required, especially for arthritis and muscle pain.
Capsaicin may lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol; chili's vitamins and antioxidants aid heart health and overall cardiovascular well-being.
Chili compounds like capsaicin could inhibit cancer cell growth due to potential anti-cancer properties; research ongoing.
Capsaicin aids digestion by increasing gastric juices, while chili's antibacterial properties support a healthy gut.
Chili consumption releases endorphins, natural painkillers, promoting well-being and reducing pain perception.
Green chili's vitamin C boosts immunity, aiding the body in fighting infections and illnesses effectively.