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Feeling hot hot hot

Nutrition Editor Eve Kalinik warmly receives the health benefits of chilli

real nutrition

Chilli peppers have been celebrated in cuisines the world over, from the fiery Scotch bonnet, a mainstay in Caribbean food, to the smoky chipotle in Mexican fare and the infamous bird’s-eye, typically found in Thai and Southeast Asian dishes. Chillies exist in a vast array of types, hybrids and level of heat, which is measured in Scoville heat units (SHU), with all peppers deriving from the capsicum species. And even though they exert a fiery hotness on the palate, they may have some more soothing qualities from a health perspective.

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