Popular for its sweet flavor, crunchy texture, and bright colors, capsicums or bell peppers are widely consumed throughout the world. Capsicums are rich in vitamins, antioxidants, dietary fiber, and potassium, so incorporating more of them into your diet can help strengthen your immune system and prevent deadly diseases like cancer, heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure. Because of their high folate content, bell peppers come highly recommended for pregnant women and are also excellent for maintaining great skin.
The debate is still on about whether raw food is better or cooked, but most nutritionists suggest a mix of both. Some foods, when eaten raw, helps preserve their nutrients and also allows your body to absorb them better. While there’s a long list of foods you can cook and eat,[.....]
Capsicum, which is also known as red pepper or chili pepper has wide range of medicinal values. As a herb, its fruit is used while preparing quite a lot of medicines for different ailments. In general, capsicum is used for various stomach problems including upset stomach, intestinal gas, stomach pain,[.....]
Bell peppers are members of the nightshade family, which includes potatoes, tomatoes and eggplant. They are some of the most versatile vegetables in your kitchen. Green and purple peppers have a slightly bitter flavor, while the red, orange and yellows bell peppers have a sweet flavor, and lack the fiery[.....]
Add avocados and almonds to your diet for the healthy monounsaturated fats. For healthy proteins, eat eggs and quinoa. Get your antioxidants from green tea, blueberries, apples, spinach, and colorful bell peppers. Yogurt gives the probiotic punch to keep your gut bacteria healthy and your immune system strong. All these foods also contain essential minerals.
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