The Malaysian Public Health Department advises people to eat chili often!


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Public Health Malaysia recommends that the public eat chili often, which can bring many benefits to the body.

The benefits of eating chili include improving mood, promoting metabolism, reducing sugar addiction, extending lifespan, reducing inflammation, etc., as well as antibacterial and antioxidant effects~

Although the consumption of chili peppers is good for your health, you must make sure not to consume too much. It should be noted that processed chili foods, such as chili sauce, chili seasoning powder and other processed foods with high salt content, do not contain these benefits.


In fact, peppers are rich in nutrients and have many health effects. First of all, the types and content of vitamins in peppers are extremely rich.

In a small pepper, vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, carotene, folic acid and other vitamins are all included. Secondly, peppers also contain minerals such as calcium and iron as well as dietary fiber.

10 benefits of eating chili

1. Appetizer and digestion. Pepper can promote the secretion of digestive juice and increase appetite.

2. Warm the stomach to drive away the cold. According to “Food Materia Medica”, chili can warm the spleen and stomach. If you experience symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach ache in the cold, you can eat peppers appropriately.

3. Promote blood circulation. Pepper has certain medicinal properties, so it can “remove wind, sweat, sputum, and dehumidification.” As explained in modern medicine, it can promote blood circulation, improve cold, frostbite, and vascular headaches.

4. Skin beauty. Pepper can promote hormone secretion in the body and improve skin condition. Many people think that spicy food will cause acne, but it is not a problem with chili. Only if you love the physique of acne, you will add fuel to the fire after eating chili.

5. Lower fat and lose weight. Capsaicin can accelerate the decomposition of fat, and the rich dietary fiber also has a certain effect on lowering blood lipids.

6. Pain relief and heat dissipation. Pepper is warm, can lower body temperature through sweating, and relieve muscle pain, so it has a strong antipyretic and analgesic effect. American studies have found that capsaicin can reduce the neurotransmitter that conveys pain and make people feel less painful.

7. Fight cancer. Capsaicin can accelerate the death of cancer cells without damaging healthy cells.

8. Protect the heart. Regular consumption of chili can effectively delay the development of atherosclerosis

9. Lower blood pressure. The latest animal experiments in the UK have found that capsaicin can lower blood pressure, but the specific mechanism is not very clear.

10. Good for diabetes. For some symptoms of type 1 diabetes, capsaicin can relieve it.