Metabolism Turbo Chili: Spicy Makes You Slim

The fat-killer chili

Eat and lose weight at the same time? The chili pepper makes it possible. Their sweaty heat stimulates the metabolism and increases calorie consumption.

You either love it or hate it, the chili pepper. Some can’t get enough of the spicy pod, others gasp after the first bite. The hot spice heats up the metabolism, breaks down fat cells, and burns additional calories.

How does the metabolism trick work?

Capsaicin is the hot substance in chili peppers. It has been scientifically proven to increase heat production in the body by 25%. The circulatory system is stimulated and the body is forced to balance body heat. He starts sweating. The body and metabolism start to work and consume energy. The effect occurs immediately after consumption and can last up to half an hour.

Capsaicin not only boosts the metabolism, it sustainably breaks down fat cells. The natural spiciness gets the stomach and intestines going and ensures better digestion. Positive side effect: Due to its sharpness, harmful bacteria cannot multiply in the digestive tract.

Spicy food

The body can only tolerate the spiciness of the chili in moderation. Don’t nibble the chili pepper like vegetable sticks, but slowly get your body used to its sweat-inducing effect. Refine your dishes with the hot pod. It gives soups, pasta, and rice dishes a very special aroma.

Build the spiciness of the chili pepper into your daily schedule so that you have something of it all day long. Drink chili tea for breakfast, spice up your lunch with the small pod, and refine dinner with its fine aroma.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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