Red Chilli Whole:
Chilli pepper is known to have been originated in America and was brought to Asia by Portuguese during the 16th century. India is known to be the biggest exporter of Chilli pepper in the world. Chilli pepper belongs to the family of capsicum. Red chilli is rich in Vitamin C, potassium, magnesium and iron. This is spicy in taste and should not be swallowed alone, rather always with some dish. The sprinkling of chilli peppers in any food makes it more tasty and flavorful. The presence of ‘capsaicin’ makes chilli pepper even more tasty and nutritious. This spice can be added to any food that is being cooked in the kitchen and is recommended for daily use also.
Ground Red chilli or chilli peppers, though spicy in taste provides a high nutritious value. Red chilli helps to maintain blood pressure as it contains high potassium content. This spice is helpful to burn calories due to the presence of capsaicin which boosts up the metabolic rate in the body. It is a rich source of Vitamin C that helps to keep hair and skin healthy. Chilli peppers contain adequate amount of anti-oxidants that can kill cancer cells and it is helpful for cleaning chronic diseases. It helps in digestion and fights infections such as cold and flu. This natural ingredient is helpful in supporting cardiovascular system and promotes the growth of red blood cells in a body. One tablespoon of crushed chilli pepper is recommended in daily diet as it helps to strengthen immunity and keep eyesight healthy.