Raw foodies, vegetarians and healthy eaters of all kinds love peppers. Especially the deliciously bell peppers. The fact that they come in four different colors mean so much more than helping you create a beautiful dish that is pleasing to the eye. These colors also show a wide range of nutritional benefits. This is a huge advantage if you can bring all on your plate.
One of the most simple, but wise parts of the nutritional wisdom that I have ever heard is that the more colors you have on your plate, the better it gets. This occurs because the ingredients that create these colors are bright and are useful in their own ways. These components are so numerous and varied that scientists still find them and how they interact with each other and our bodies.
As a general rule, if you can look at your plate and see the colors of the rainbow that is a very good sign that the food in your plate is of a decent nutritional profile.
Nutritional Benefits of Pepper
1. Black, white and green pepper all the fruit are of the same plant, so you can use them interchangeably. Their tastes are different: black pepper hot and spicy, white pepper is hot but less fragrant and green pepper has a fresh aroma. Choose the one that suits your taste.
2. Pepper increased secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, thereby facilitating digestion. Proper digestion is essential to avoid diarrhea, constipation and colic. Pepper also helps prevent the formation of intestinal gas and adding in the human diet it can contribute to perspiration and urine, which is excreted toxins.
3. Pepper helps to cure Vitiligo, which is a skin condition that causes some areas of the skin lose its normal pigment and turn white. Piperine content peppers can stimulate the skin to produce pigment. Local treatment of piperine in combination with ultraviolet light therapy is much better than other crude oil, based on a chemical treatment of vitiligo. It also reduces the risk of skin cancer due to excessive ultraviolet rays.
4. Little pepper can go a long way with your health may even help prevent breast cancer. A chemical compound in pepper called piperine may be able to help prevent the development of breast cancer tumors.