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A new study reveals that eating spicy food could be the secret to living a longer life…reports Asian Lite News

curryA new study led by the Chinese Academy of Medical Science has been carried out which found that people who eat food like curries, chill con carne and fajitas more than once a week could lower the risk of cancer, respiratory problems and heart disease.

Findings of the report suggest that those who eat foods like curries regularly could be at least 14 per cent less likely to suffer an early death than those who don’t.

The study has been carried out over ten years and has been and looked into the eating habits and health details of half a million Chinese people.

It suggested the healing properties of fresh chilli peppers – especially the ingredient capsaicin – could be behind the results. Researchers in the study, which has been published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), said: “In Chinese cuisine the cooking of chilli pepper and the production of chilli sauce and oil usually requires more oil, and intake of pungent foods may be accompanied by an increased intake of carbohydrate-rich foods such as rice to relieve the burning sensation.”

A new study reveals that eating spicy food could be the secret to living a longer life…reports Asian Lite news.

A new study led by the Chinese Academy of Medical Science has been carried out which found that people who eat food like curries, chill con carne and fajitas more than once a week could lower the risk of cancer, respiratory problems and heart disease.

Findings of the report suggest that those who eat foods like curries regularly could be at least 14 per cent less likely to suffer an early death than those who don’t.

The study has been carried out over ten years and has been and looked into the eating habits and health details of half a million Chinese people.

It suggested the healing properties of fresh chilli peppers – especially the ingredient capsaicin – could be behind the results. Researchers in the study, which has been published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), said: “In Chinese cuisine the cooking of chilli pepper and the production of chilli sauce and oil usually requires more oil, and intake of pungent foods may be accompanied by an increased intake of carbohydrate-rich foods such as rice to relieve the burning sensation.”

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