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The next big diet ingredient is red hot

from Yahoo Health

Partial to spicy food? You’re in luck — a new study has found that capsaicin, the compound that makes chili peppers spicy, might help prevent obesity by stimulating thermogenesis and energy burning. Study author Baskaran Thyagarajan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics and Neuroscience at the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy, decided to research the benefits of chili pepper extract based on existing research that ties spicy foods to an increased metabolism. more

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