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Turn Up the Heat!: 40 Recipes for International Hot & Spicy Food Day - To Boost Metabolism, Burn Fat and Feel Fuller Longer

Turn Up the Heat!: 40 Recipes for International Hot & Spicy Food Day - To Boost Metabolism, Burn Fat and Feel Fuller Longer

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January 16th is International Hot & Spicy Food Day!

There are quite literally hundreds of different spices that contribute to a host of enjoyable, hot and spicy foods throughout the world.

From Morocco; Baked Brie with Harissa and Spiced Pepitas makes a sense-sational appetizer. India brings us the ever-popular Chicken Madras and fiery Beef Vindaloo. Travel east, and Mexico dishes up a Chilli and Chocolate Ice-Cream that is anything but chilling!

What's more, turning up the heat is good for you! Lots of hot and spicy foods have anti-microbial and medicinal properties.

Research reveals that hot chili peppers can help reduce heart disease, boost metabolism, and help to prevent diabetes.

Plus, when you eat spicy foods, your body generates more heat, which means you burn more calories and helps you feel fuller for longer.

It’s time to get those taste buds ready for a well needed hot and spicy kick!

Remember though, always wear gloves when handling hot chilies!

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Turn Up the Heat!: 40 Recipes for International Hot & Spicy Food Day - To Boost Metabolism, Burn Fat and Feel Fuller Longer

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Comenzar a leer

Información sobre el libro

Turn Up the Heat!: 40 Recipes for International Hot & Spicy Food Day - To Boost Metabolism, Burn Fat and Feel Fuller Longer

Longitud: 103 página36 minutos

Descripción

January 16th is International Hot & Spicy Food Day!

There are quite literally hundreds of different spices that contribute to a host of enjoyable, hot and spicy foods throughout the world.

From Morocco; Baked Brie with Harissa and Spiced Pepitas makes a sense-sational appetizer. India brings us the ever-popular Chicken Madras and fiery Beef Vindaloo. Travel east, and Mexico dishes up a Chilli and Chocolate Ice-Cream that is anything but chilling!

What's more, turning up the heat is good for you! Lots of hot and spicy foods have anti-microbial and medicinal properties.

Research reveals that hot chili peppers can help reduce heart disease, boost metabolism, and help to prevent diabetes.

Plus, when you eat spicy foods, your body generates more heat, which means you burn more calories and helps you feel fuller for longer.

It’s time to get those taste buds ready for a well needed hot and spicy kick!

Remember though, always wear gloves when handling hot chilies!

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