Why Hot Chilis Might Be Good for Us

If you’ve ever wondered whether those hot little veggies called chili peppers are good for you or not, BBC News can set your mind to rest: Behind all that heat are endorphin-releasing chemicals that can make you feel perkier, get your heart rate going and your adrenaline running. The “hot” component of chili peppers — capsaicin — is also known for its pain-relieving capabilities. But chili peppers’ good doesn’t end there: Researchers also found...

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