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Posted by admin | Posted in Health, Hot Sauce and Health | Posted on 17-07-2012
If you love piling the spice on heavy, chances are you’re already aware of the flavorful wonders of hot sauce — we’re big fans of Sriracha and Tabasco over here. But hot sauce offers more than a little kick to your senses, it can actually be a tasty resource for successful weight loss. Here are four reasons to get spicy.
Jessica Beagley, the “hot sauce mom,” was found guilty of child abuse in a case involving “Dr. Phil.”
A jury in Anchorage, Alaska, convicted Beagley, 36, of misdemeanor child abuse for forcing her adopted then-6-year-old son to swish hot sauce in his mouth as a form of punishment after he misbehaved.
Prosecutors charged the punishment — she also had her son stand in a cold shower — was recorded on an audition tape to get onto the “Dr. Phil” show. The episode, called “Mommy Confessions,” aired last fall and caused outrage that ended with charges being brought.
Beagley could face the maximum of one year in jail, a $10,000 fine and up to 10 years probation when she’s sentenced Monday, according to reports.
Neither Beagley or her husband showed emotion after the verdict was read. They exited the courtroom quickly and didn’t answer reporters’ questions.
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Posted by admin | Posted in Hot Sauce and Health | Posted on 16-11-2010
Chile also protects against the side effects of aspirin and chile eaters develop fewer peptic ulcers than those who eat plain foods.
Chile also protects against the side effects of aspirin and chile eaters develop fewer peptic ulcers than those who eat plain foods. Also, rates of stomach cancer are unusually low in countries where chile peppers are part of a regular diet, as capsaicin appears to neutralize some carcinogens.
Research has proven that adding chile peppers to your foods can help your body burn calories faster (up to 45 calories more per meal than if you eat bland dishes) and speed up your metabolism. Chile peppers are an incredible replacement for the fat and salt in your diet as the flavors of the foods are enhanced sufficiently with the ingredients themselves.
Posted by admin | Posted in Hot Sauce and Health | Posted on 14-11-2010
Capsaicin, the active ingredient in chili peppers, is so hot that it can make your mouth feel like it’s on fire.
This phytochemical exists in peppers, most likely, to deter animals from eating them, and is also the active component of pepper sprays used for self-defense. Yet for humans, when capsaicin is consumed in a somewhat diluted form, such as in hot sauce, chili peppers or cayenne peppers, it offers a myriad of health benefits.
Chili peppers come in hundreds of different varieties, each with a unique flavor, color, shape and heat factor. Generally speaking, the hotter the pepper, the more capsaicin it contains.