Chili pepper consumption may reduce CVD, all-cause mortality

Regular dietary intake of chili peppers conferred lower risk for all-cause and CVD death in Italian adults, independent of CVD risk factors or adherence to a Mediterranean diet, according to research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.In a cohort of Italian adults from the Molise region of Italy, regular consumption of chili peppers (more than four times per week) was

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