Amazing Hot Chili Pepper Chili Pepper is a surprising food. It can help fight a cold, reduce bad cholesterol and prevent ulcers and even cancer. Chili Peppers contain a chemical called Capsaicin, which gives the peppers their heat. It also helps rid you of a stuffy nose when fighting a cold. Eating the peppers can help prevent high blood pressure, blood clots and stroke. It does this because peppers have a blood thinning effect and makes it harder for the blood to coagulate reducing blood clots and in turn high blood pressure and stroke. They can reduce ulcers by increasing the flow of protective digestive juices in the stomach. Peppers are also rich in the antioxidants Beta-carotene and Vitamin C, both of which reduce the amount of free-radicals in the blood which can help against aging, cancer, heart disease, stroke and weakened immune system.

About Thain

I am a high school senior with a strong interest in psychology and philosophy; my interest in psychology stems from my analytical thinking, I analyze just about everything. It is similar for philosophy except that everything is more in theory than in fact. These all compound to create the reason why I joined HNWF; self help type stuff has a lot of psychological principles in it and surrounding it. I joined because I was surrounded by it and the idea of being part of it interested me.

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