There is another healthy reason to include Red Chilli in your diet. According to scientific studies of University of Adelaide discovered, eating chillies can prevent overeating food by nerve action (TRPV1 Receptors) in the stomach signals fullness which keep you stay fit.
“The stomach stretches when it is full, which activates nerves in the stomach to tell the body that it has had enough food. We found that this activation is regulated through hot chilli pepper or TRPV1 receptors,” says Associate Professor Amanda Page, Senior Research Fellow in the University of Adelaide’s School of Medicine and lead author on the paper.
The hot Red Chilli and pepper activates the nerves in the stomach that stretches which is the indication for body that had enough food. Also the studies said that the TRPV1 Receptors dampens the response of gastric nerves to stretch – resulting in a delayed feeling of fullness and the consumption of more food.
“It’s exciting that we now know more about the TRPV1 receptor pathway and that the consumption of capsaicin may be able to prevent overeating through an action on nerves in the stomach,” says Dr Kentish, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Fellow from the University of Adelaide’s School of Medicine.
This will help us to disrupt the high fat diet-induced obesity. Also the consumption of Capsaicin take the similar action in body.
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