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Why You Need Peppers In Your Daily Diet

Author: Shelly Hill

The health benefits of consuming peppers on a daily basis are many. They contain essential antioxidants like beta-carotene and Vitamin C. Peppers have been an important part of dietary nutrition for hundreds of years.

Peppers are high in vitamins A, C, and K. Let's take a look at each of these vitamins.

Vitamin A helps the body in many ways. It's important in maintaining a good immune system. Scientific studies have shown that Vitamin A is beneficial in protecting our bodies from cancers and heart disease.

Vitamin C functions as an antioxidant. It's beneficial in preventing heart disease, stroke, eye diseases and certain cancers. As humans, our bodies are not capable of making it's own Vitamin C. Therefore, we must look for foods that are high in Vitamin C to add to our daily diets.

Vitamin K helps to promote proper bone health. It's also important to our circulatory system by helping our blood to clot properly.

All peppers contain a substance called Capsaicin. Capsaicin has the properties of an anti-inflammatory, a pain reliever, and helps to prevent cancer and heart disease.

It is highly recommended that if you are a smoker, that you would benefit by incorporating peppers into your daily diet. Studies have shown that red peppers contain carotenoid, a Beta-cryptoxanthin that helps to promote healthy lung function.

In summary, peppers are good for you! They are easy to prepare and readily available out in the marketplace. I recommend that you speak to your personal physician or a dietary nutritionist before incorporating peppers into your daily diet.

About the Author:

Shelly Hill has been working from home since 1989 in Direct Sales. You can visit Shelly online at: or at

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NOTE: None of this information should be considered as medical or nutritional advice from Please consult with your Doctor.

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