Not everyone enjoys eating spicy food, but if you like your meal with a little kick, you’re in luck.
Spicy foods offer many health benefits, and most of the times the food is rendered as bland if the spice level is lower than the normal, which is usually a lot compared to basic standards.
The human body reacts to spicy food distinctly. People get watery eyes, nose, sensation in the tongue and redness of the ears. But there is good and bad news if you love eating spicy foods. Here, we discuss the benefits and drawbacks of eating spicy foods.
1. Reduce inflammation
Spices have anti-inflammatory properties. Anti-inflammatory foods are great in treating health conditions such as headache, autoimmune disease, arthritis and nausea.
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