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What Is Red Pepper Powder?
Red Pepper powder is made from the ground fruit of a plant in the Capsicum family. Red pepper, commonly known as “chilli” or “chilli pepper”, is fiery red or orange pods which rarely grow to more than 4 inches in length. Capsicum peppers are native to Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and parts of South America. The Spanish discovered the pods in the New World and brought them back to Europe. Before the arrival of Spaniards, Indians in Peru and Guatemala used capsicum medicinally to treat stomach and other ailments. The ground product ranges from orange-red to deep, dark red. Cayenne Pepper powder is another name for the same type of product. Red pepper powder is a pungent, hot powder with a strong bite. It is used to achieve the characteristically hot flavor of cooking. It is also used in barbecue sauce as well as meats, salads, and casseroles. Our red pepper powder is a biting condiment, and the flavor intensifies as it is cooked.
Orange-red to deep, dark red fine powder
What Is The Potential Benefit Of Red Pepper Powder?
1. Helps Boost Metabolism
One of the cayenne’s active ingredients, capsaicin, increases metabolic activity in the body by increasing blood flow and stimulating thermogenesis—the generation of heat within your body. Capsaicin can increase metabolism by up to 20 percent for several hours after consumption. Different studies also show a link between cayenne pepper with increased metabolism and hunger suppression. If you want to lose weight or avoid gaining it in the first place, consider adding cayenne pepper powder to your diet on a regular basis.
2. Helps Lower Blood Pressure
Cayenne peppers are high in potassium and low in sodium, meaning they can help lower your blood pressure.
According to other studies, capsaicin in cayenne pepper is linked with lowering blood pressure and healing blood pressure symptoms. It does so by dilating the blood vessels, causing the pressure to fall and likewise increasing your blood flow.
In addition, cayenne peppers are particularly good sources of vitamin C and beta-carotene; both of which are important antioxidants associated with lower blood pressure levels. Moreover, capsaicin also affects the sensory nerves that help lower blood pressure.
3. Helps Improve Digestive Health
Cayenne pepper is linked with improving one’s digestive health. The capsaicin helps increase stomach acid production and stimulates peristalsis. These actions help break down food more quickly, improving digestion and nutrient absorption. It can also help relieve constipation by stimulating intestinal movement. Moreover, capsaicin in cayenne pepper is also known for eliminating ulcers.
4. Helps in Pain Reduction
Capsaicin, an active ingredient in cayenne pepper, helps to reduce both short-term and chronic pain by depleting a neurotransmitter called substance P. When substance P is reduced, it’s harder for your brain to send pain signals to your body. In some cases, capsaicin even works better than ibuprofen—without any side effects.
5. Helps Prevent Cancer
A study published in Anticancer Research found that capsaicin may prevent breast cancer by inhibiting cell proliferation.
In different studies, capsaicin has also been linked with inducing apoptosis, which prevents these cells from traveling all over the body.
Other studies show that capsaicin has different anti-tumor abilities, and it can help treat cancer in the breast, prostate, lung, and colon. Eating cayenne pepper can therefore prevent various types of cancer.
6. Helps in Clearing Congestion
Because cayenne pepper acts as a natural expectorant, it has been traditionally used to treat congestion associated with colds and allergies.
7. Helps in Protecting the Heart
Research has shown that red pepper can inhibit thromboxane B2 production, an enzyme associated with inflammation and blood clotting. This could be especially helpful for those with heart disease or stroke. The capsaicin in cayenne pepper can also prevent cholesterol deposits in your arteries, reducing your risk for heart attack and stroke.
8. Reduces Stress
Cayenne pepper contains capsaicin, a component that’s well known for its ability to combat stress. Studies show that capsaicin can help lower cortisol. Adding capsicum to your diet can also increase the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter linked to feelings of wellbeing and happiness.
9. Boosts Energy
While some people turn to coffee or a caffeinated energy drink for an afternoon boost, cayenne pepper is known for providing a natural pick-me-up. The capsaicin in cayenne has been shown to improve blood flow throughout your body, which may result in more oxygen and nutrients being delivered to your brain and muscles.
10. Offers Anti-aging Benefits
Research has shown that cayenne pepper can have significant anti-aging properties. A 2004 study in Cellular Biochemistry showed that capsaicin, an active ingredient in cayenne pepper, increased mitochondrial production by 50%.
Applications Of Red Pepper Powder:
1.Spice up oatmeal with red cayenne pepper powder
Instead of adding brown sugar or raisins to your oatmeal, try adding a pinch of cayenne pepper powder. This spicy (but healthy) ingredient is loaded with antioxidants that fight against cell damage and aid in weight loss. Cayenne pepper can also help lower bad cholesterol and promote healthy heart function. You don’t have to add a lot—just a pinch will do!
2.Use dried red pepper powder to cook vegetables
Adding a dash of cayenne pepper to when cooking vegetables can add flavor, but it’s also a good way to burn calories by increasing your body temperature. This spicy addition makes it harder for your body to cool down and burns more calories as a result.
3.Use red hot chili pepper powder in soups
Put a tablespoon of freshly ground cayenne in your pot while cooking soup or stews. It adds a great flavor and acts as an appetite suppressant. You can adjust how much you add depending on how spicy you want it.
4.Use bulk red pepper powder in barbecue
Try adding spicy red pepper powder to barbecue steak sauce. Use it to marinate or baste steaks.