Cool down diabetes with chili peppers



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Spicing your life up with hot chili peppers, cayenne, and other capsaicin-containing seasonings can help turn the tables on diabetes. There’s new evidence showing capsaicin makes your cells more sensitive to insulin and improves the balance between blood sugar and insulin in your body.

The answer lies in inflammation and how the heat of capsaicin cools those flames. Inflammation may play an important role in the development of obesity, insulin resistance, and diabetes. In fact, some diabetes drugs are also anti-inflammatory, and your blood sugar drops as inflammation decreases.


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Start seasoning your food with chili pepper or cayenne. People who added a total of three tablespoons of chili pepper to meals every day evened out insulin and blood sugar spikes after meals. To make this treatment super simple, start each day by measuring out three tablespoons of chili pepper. Use it to season snacks and meals throughout the day.

Capsaicin isn’t the only seasoning that can boost your health! You can lower cholesterol with the spice listed on page 77, kill cancer cells with the spice listed on page 155, and keep your brain sharp with the seasoning listed on page 112. They’re all in The Kitchen Table Book!


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