How to Handle Chiles

The heat in chili peppers can be quite addictive, and that’s a good thing. Research shows that eating capsaicin, the compound in chili peppers that makes them hot, hot, hot, can actually help you to live longer. Who knew that something so enjoyable to the palate could do you that much good? Not only does capsaicin keep you healthier, it can also blast away the chemo-blah taste changes during chemo.

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