I enjoy spicy hot food. That’s why this came as good news:
Go ahead pile on the jalapenos. Eating hot peppers may reduce your risk of diabetes, according to a Chinese study. After reviewing study participants’ pepper consumption and then measuring their insulin resistance in lab tests, the scientists found that people who reported eating the spiciest peppers had better insulin response than those who avoided the hot stuff. The vitamin C in the fiery peppers may boost a type of dietary iron that is key for insulin regulation, the researchers say. Per gram, raw green chilies have more vitamin C than oranges. (Men’s Health)
What is the spiciest thing you have ever eaten?