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Green Chilli Vs. Red Chilli, Which one Should You Choose

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Better choice between green chillies and red chillies

Mumbai: Are you one of those who are very cautious and too conscious about health? You run for glasses of water the moment you eat chilli, isn’t it? If yes, then you have hit the right article.




Someone has very rightly said health is wealth, but did you know eating chilli is also healthy, shocked? No problem, as you go down the article you will get your answer for how!

 

Do you think it is as simple and easy to eat chillies as Aishwarya did. No No..Not in her real life but in the reel life. If you remember the most popular scene from the epic movie of Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ where Aishwariya eats chillies like a candy stick and stategs that chilli is meant for spicy people. Guys, trust her when she says that. When a beautiful women like her can eat and look flawlessly beautiful then you can be too as its true.

 

Belonging to the Capsicum Family, the chillies are the hot and spicy and are used widely in international cooking and ancient medicine for ages.

 

While both red and green are easily found in the powdered form, the best way to consume them is eating them raw, oh yes! You read it right. This will help you get rid of any problems associated with the adulteration and mixing of harmful things in the powder. Also, once you buy them you can keep them stored in the refrigerator that will help it stay fresh for more than a week.




Benefits of Adding Green Chillies to your Dinner Table:

 

Did you know? Green chilli is a source of Vitamin A that helps in improving the vision and keeps eyes healthy and away from infections.

 

While Vitamin C coming from green chillies holds several benefits for skin and overall health of the body as it’s the key component for increasing immunity and overall well-being of the body.

 

You won’t believe but ones who eat green chillies also have shown slow aging as compared to those who do not eat green chillies.

 

The hot flavour of red chillies isn’t for everyone as too much at one time of the hottest types of red pepper could make a person nauseous, cause abdominal pain, and induce vomiting. Hence, the milder varieties should be chosen and consumed only in small amounts if your body is not used to hot spices. Whereas, green chillies are definitely more suitable than red chilli powder. Hot spicy chillies may be healthy for many people, while those who experience digestive distress should be cautious.

 

Green chillies also have water content and no calories, which make them a healthy choice for raw consumption as well as cooking. Whereas, consuming red chillies can be a cause of peptic ulcers also.

 

Hence, it is advised and would be a good option to replace your red chilli powder with green chillies in day to day cooking.




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