Eating Chili Pepper Might Reduce Cancer Risk: Study
People consuming chili pepper on a regular basis may have prolonged life without heart diseases or cancer, says an American Heart Association study. A body of five leading health databases analyzed four large studies on 5,70,000 people from U.S, China, Italy and Iran. Earlier studies also suggested chili pepper has capsaicin which is anti-cancer and regulates blood-sugar. The analysis, however, is still in continuation since researchers are skeptical of chili pepper's health benefits.