The Nutrition Of Red Pepper And Green Pepper

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Both of red pepper and green pepper are very common in our daily diet. They contain carotene and carotenoids, which are beneficial to the human body. Carotene and carotenoids can be transformed into vitamin A in the human body, which is very effective to enhance people's vision and prevent night blindness.

No matter it is green pepper or red pepper, they both contain capsaicin, which makes them have a spicy taste. Capsaicin has the effect of promoting the circulation of blood, clearing away cold, eliminating depression, promoting digestion, and so on. Eating some pepper properly can stimulate the secretion of saliva and improve the appetite. In addition, green pepper and red pepper also have good medicinal value. If the pepper is soaked in wine with dried tangerine or orange peel, it can treat indigestion.

Red pepper has a pungent flavor, which can remove the fishy smell in the meat and fish dishes. Red pepper has a high nutritional value, which has the effects of protecting against cold, increasing the appetite, and killing the bacteria. Apart from the high content of carotene, one red pepper also contains approximately 5,000 international units of vitamin A, which can meet the daily demand by an ordinary adult. In addition, it also contains more than 100 mg of vitamin C. All of these rich antioxidants can neutralize the harmful free radicals in the body, which are beneficial to human health. What's more, long-term intake of red pepper also has an anti-aging effect.

Just the same as red pepper, green pepper also contains a large number of vitamin C. In addition, it contains a variety of trace elements and vitamin K, which can prevent scurvy, and has a secondary therapeutic effect on bleeding gums, anemia and other diseases. Hot green pepper also contains capsaicin, so after eating, people will feel their heart rate is accelerating, and the skin blood vessels are dilating. What's more, the capsaicin also has the effect of bringing down the blood fat.

Although pepper has a high nutritional and medical value, however, it is hot in nature, so it is inappropriate to eat too much pepper each time. 100 grams of fresh pepper or 10 grams of dried pepper every time is enough. Especially the pepper with a strong spicy flavor, if you eat too much, it will easily lead to hemorrhoids and other inflammation. In addition, the patients who suffer from hypertension and tuberculosis should pay more attention when eating pepper.
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This article was published on 2011/02/23