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Chillies in Medical News

Spicy Cuisine Originated in Mexico 1,500 Years Ago

...erent cultivars of chilli pepper. "This analysis demonstrates that chillies in Mexican food have been numerous and complex for a long period of time. I... the cuisine at this point in time. You don't grow seven different kinds of chillies unless you're cooking some pretty interesting food," Perry said. ...

US Rejects More Food from India Than from Any Other Country

...rom China in the 12-month period ending in June this year . Some of India's spices, seeds and shrimp contained salmonella while Mexico's seafood, chillies and cheese were found too filthy to eat. Chinese products like seafood, bean curd and noodles were also filthy, The New York Times has reported. ...

Singapore to Import Eggs, Fish from Andhra Pradesh

...authority by supplying quality inputs. He informed Singapore officials that Andhra Pradesh ranks first in the production of mangoes, palm oil, chillies and turmeric in the country. The state also ranks first in production of eggs, brackish water shrimp and fresh water prawn in the country. It ...

Eat Chillies, Burn Fat

... chillies could help burn fat, says a study that adds to a w...es less common in countries where large numbers of chillies are eaten. In addition to all this, chillies have anti-inflammatory properties and scientists h...

Chilli Extract may Stop Fat Cell Growth

... body of studies suggesting it may cut fat and energy intake when added to the diet. Some caution should also be exercised as high intake of hot chillies has been linked with increased risk of stomach cancers in the populations of India and Mexico. Source-Bio-Bio Technology SR ...

Campbell Decides To Boost Publicity about Prostate Cancer

...ding to a National Audit Office many prostate cancer patients are unhappy with the range of treatment available. Last week research suggested that red chillies contained an ingredient capsaicin which can kill cancer cells. Guy's Hospital in London was opening the UK's most comprehensive prostate cancer tr...
Chillies in Biological News

Key to elephant conservation is 'in the sauce'

...ia. While electric fences and other deterrents are prohibitively expensive, chillies provide farmers with a cost-effective means of warding off the elephants wi...let; and as an ingredient in a spray to drive away animals. In addition, chillies are currently being used in the production of bottled hot sauces, jams and ...
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