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If hot chili peppers are your thing you might be ahead of the curve when it its come life expectancy, a new study suggests.
The researchers note that people who ate hot red chili peppers tended to be “younger, male, white, Mexican-American, married, and to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and consume more vegetables and meats . . . had lower HDL-cholesterol, lower income, and less education,” in comparison to participants who did not consume red chili peppers.
Spices can spike cancer. Turmeric can prevent the deadly disease. So can coriander and cinnamon.
Dr Bharat B Aggarwal, founder director of the Anti-inflammation Research Institute, San Diego, USA, has a scientific explanation. According to him, curcumin – the active ingredient in turmeric – is effective against cancer. Times of India