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26 April 2014

Capsaicin may help to protect the heart by reducing cholesterol, triglycerides and platelet aggregation. It may also help the body dissolve fibrin, which is necessary for blood clots to form. Further, cultures around the world that use hot peppers liberally in their meals have significantly lower rates of heart attack and stroke than cultures that do not.

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  1. Watson Robert Panja

    I LOVE CHILI SO MUCH THAT EVERY MEAL I EAT THEM ESPECIALLY FRESH ,IS IT HEALTHY TO MY BODY?MORE FROM YOU .
    WITH REGARDS,
    WATSON.

    REPLY: Why, yes it is! — Mike from Chili Pepper Madness.

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