While the research is still preliminary, studies suggest spicy food may have all kinds of health benefits ranging from boosting metabolism and preventing gastric damage to reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer.
While the research is still preliminary, studies suggest spicy food may have all kinds of health benefits ranging from boosting metabolism and preventing gastric damage to reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. Josh Awtry TNS
While the research is still preliminary, studies suggest spicy food may have all kinds of health benefits ranging from boosting metabolism and preventing gastric damage to reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. Josh Awtry TNS

Pass the pepper: Study says spicy foods may be good for us

August 10, 2015 06:00 AM

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