[Benefits and Disadvantages of Eating Chili]_Think_Disadvantages


[Benefits and Disadvantages of Eating Chili]_Think_Disadvantages

Pepper is a kind of condiment that people will use in cooking. It has a spicy taste and has an appetite enhancement effect. Therefore, some peppers are added when cooking. At the same time, it also adjusts the color of the dish to make the dish look brighter and more delicious.

However, everything in the world has two sides, good and bad, so eating pepper is no exception.

But do you know the benefits and disadvantages of eating peppers?

How much do you know, let’s take a look.

Benefits: Vitamin supplements: Vitamin C content is as high as 198 mg per 100 grams of pepper, ranking first in vegetables.

Vitamin B, carotene and calcium, iron and other minerals are also rich in content.

Medical experts believe that pepper can relieve cold pain in the chest and abdomen, stop dysentery, kill parasites in the stomach, control heart disease and coronary arteriosclerosis; also stimulate oral mucosa, cause gastric motility, promote saliva secretion, enhance appetite, and promotedigestion.

Prevention of diseases: Pepper is one of the favorite condiments that people like to eat; it is also one of the vegetables with rich nutrition.

Absolutely green pepper or red pepper, both contain capsaicin, which is irritating and can stimulate the digestive tract mucosa, especially the oral mucosa and taste buds on the tongue, so it has the function of increasing appetite and helping digestion; and can promote blood circulation and promote bloodCycle to make your heart beat faster.

Therefore, after eating pepper, people often feel feverish, especially in the cold season, eating a moderate amount of pepper can not only protect against cold, prevent colds, rheumatism, waist and leg pain and other paralysis.

Also has anti-frostbite, hair loss and scurvy, night blindness and other effects.

Pepper can prevent cardiovascular disease Pepper can promote blood circulation, increase the elasticity of blood vessels, reduce the chance of low vascular sclerosis, and help prevent cardiovascular disease.

Peppers are rich in vitamin C, which has anti-oxidant effects, enhances the body’s resistance, and delays aging.

Disadvantages: Poisoning: Poisonous hot peppers are poisonous. Excessive food can cause the body to become wet and heat, manifested as skin ulcers, increased blood pressure, exacerbation of hemorrhoids, and nosebleeds.

If you eat a large amount of pepper for a long time, it will cause toxic symptoms such as burning sensation in the stomach, bloating, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fainting, and even discarding blood, hematuria, dysentery, and increased or decreased blood pressure.

Animal experiments have confirmed that the main capsaicin of pepper has a certain effect on the circulatory system, which can cause a temporary decrease in blood pressure, slowed heartbeat, and difficulty breathing.

Therefore, beware of poisoning.

Aggravating the disease: Although pepper is rich in various nutrients, it is too irritating because of its capsaicin; if it is consumed in excess, many people often cannot bear it.

Previously, due to the scientific improvement and breeding of the agronomist, the new-style peppers were even large and rich in meat and fat, and had a small spicy taste, which met the requirements of people for food.

In fact, patients with nephropathy, hypertension, chronic urinary system infection, chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer, chronic pharyngitis and tonsillitis, skin diseases and hemorrhoids should eat less or not to avoid exacerbating the disease.