Chili or Chili pepper today is a hot spice mostly used in the Asian and African regions. Christopher Columbus was the first European to discover Chili peppers on his voyage to the Americas. However, Chili peppers are native to the Americas and are cultivated in warm climates around the world. Chili peppers are widely used in many cuisines as a spice to add “heat” to dishes. It is cultivated throughout most of the world for its pods, often called Chili peppers or Chilis. This spice has the power to reduce the fat content in meat, is important for heart health, and can lower your risk of developing diabetes. Vegetarians can use bulgur wheat or barley as a substitute that still has a meaty texture. People who regularly eat Chili usually have lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and more stable blood sugar and insulin levels. Meanwhile, Chili Beans can also help you maintain a healthy weight since they are a good source of lean protein.
Chili (Capsicum annuum)
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