Innovación, Investigación y SaludAbr. 27, 2011
Comer pimentón rojo ayudaría a disminuir el apetito
A study has found that eating a moderate quantity of red pepper can help curb appetite. According to research from Purdue University, the peppers especially work for those who don’t normally eat the popular spice.
“We found that consuming red pepper can help manage appetite and burn more calories after a meal, especially for individuals who do not consume the spice regularly,” Richard Mattes, distinguished professor of foods and nutrition who collaborated with doctoral student Mary-Jon Ludy, said.