EVERYTHING ABOUT HABANEROS
Habanero one of many types of chili
Habaneros are among the hottest chili varieties with 80,000 to 570,000 Scoville. Those who love peppers will taste a wonderful fruity and exotic aroma. In terms of taste, habanero fruits are reminiscent of lemon and peach and they often have sweet aromas. The perfect fruit for sauces and to spice up dishes.
Most habaneros look like small peppers and are usually green, red, yellow and black. Peppers between 100,000 and 300,000 SHU are common.
Chilies score points with their natural anti-inflammatory properties and vitamin C. The chili owes its unique peppers to the capsaicin, that is in the "Walls" of every single fruit.
Capsaicin - the healthy miracle cure
Capsaicin is not called a magic weapon for nothing, because it is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-oxidative, antibacterial, pain reliever and immune strengthening. The hot miracle drug improves mood, has appetite-suppressing properties, acts as a fat killer and helps with digestive disorders. It relieves osteoarthritis pain and helps relieve sore muscles.
Scientific studies suggest that capsaicin even has antibacterial, anti-carcinogenic properties, helps against diabetes and lowers bad cholesterol in overweight people. The chili is also used as an anti-oxidative weapon against cancer-causing toxins, specifically against difficult types of cancer such as pancreas and lung cancer. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, it is often added to tinctures and creams.
It is not without reason that in countries with a high consumption of chili, such as Asia and South America, fewer people with cancer are registered, and also fewer overweight people.
The benefits of capsaicin
Strengthens the immune system
Helps you lose weight
Has an anti-oxidative effect
Helps with diabetes
Helps with sore muscles
Helps with inflammation
Is good for the heart
Lowers cholesterol levels
Can help with cancer
Small but OHO - there are hundreds of types of chili, from very hot to mildly hot. Anyone who wants to do something good for their health simply spices up and eats spicy.
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