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Seven Health Benefits of Hot Sauce

Seven Health Benefits of Hot Sauce

As if you need another reason to love hot sauce.

Hot sauce has a number of merits - ranging from improving your mood, to helping you lose weight, to long-term medical benefits.

Take a look below for 7 health benefits when adding some spice to your life:

  • Makes you Feel Great

First of all, hot sauce actually makes you happy. Though the burning sensation of eating super-spicy foods can almost be painful, we keep coming back for more. That’s because of the endorphins released when we ingest hot and spicy foods.

  • Kills Hunger Pangs

Spicy foods have been shown to reduce hunger pangs, The flavorful nature of hot sauce can leave you more satisfied, curbing your appetite. If your appetite is reduced, you’re far more likely to make sensible food choices, and consumer fewer calories overall.

  • Adds Flavor To Normally Boring Meals

A well balanced hot sauce, like Sriracha, is an easy way to add flavor and interest to otherwise bland and boring healthy meals of vegetables, salads and lean protein. This punch of flavor can make it much easier to stick with a healthy-eating diet plan.

  • Speeds Up Metabolism

The kick of spicy foods can also actively assist healthy weight-loss. Studies have shown that capsaicin, the active ingredient in chilies and hot sauce, can speed metabolism, helping your body to burn calories even faster.

  • Fights Colds

The spicy properties of the chillies in hot sauce have been shown to help beat off the symptoms of colds and flu by easing sinus and nasal congestion, increasing body temperature, and relieving respiratory problems.

  • Improves Inflammation & Helps Reduce Pain

Hot and spicy foods have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. They can be effective in helping to treat painful conditions and symptoms, like headaches, nausea, shingles, arthritis and some autoimmune disorders

  • Contributes to Longevity

The red chillies in hot sauce (in particular, that active ingredient capsaicin) can have a positive effect on circulation and cardiovascular health. In cultures where hot and spicy food is the norm (like Mexico, India and China), people are less likely to suffer from health conditions like heart disease and some cancers. Spicy foods have antioxidant, antibacterial, and even anti-carcinogenic properties, so a regular dose of Sriracha could even help you live longer.

#livethespicylife #keepitspicy 

By Zoe Pickburn

 

 

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Sriracha2Go, a Mark Cuban Company and Huy Fong Foods licensed partner is the one stop shop for Sriracha lovers world wide. Committed to helping Sriracha-lovers live their spiciest life, the company launched with the first-ever portable Sriracha keychain and has since expanded the assortment to offer a robust offering of Sriracha food products, the entire line of Huy Fong Foods sauces in packets, clothing and accessories. Learn more at www.sriracha2go.com and on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Pinterest.

 




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