Benefits of pepper.

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Pepper a hot and spicy spice that has been in Thai kitchens for a long time. Whether it’s pounded with garlic and coriander roots as a basic ingredient in a variety of dishes. Used to marinate meat to give it a spicy flavor and help remove the fishy smell. Including sprinkling on food to enhance the flavor of the food.

Pepper has many health benefits as follows:UFABET

Has antioxidant properties

In black pepper, there is a compound called piperine. Research has found that this substance has antioxidant properties. Free radicals are the triggers that stimulate cells to cause inflammation and damage that may lead to Lead to the development of various chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Therefore, pepper may help prevent or slow down cell inflammation that may result in these health problems.

And because of the anti-inflammatory properties of piperine. Pepper may therefore help treat arthritis as well. Research in rats found that piperine reduces inflammation in the foot joints of rats. However, the anti-inflammatory properties of piperine in pepper also There have been no extensive studies in people. Therefore, more information is still needed to confirm this fact.

Helps enhance brain function

May improve brain function and may help reduce symptoms associated with certain dementias, such as Alzheimer’s disease. One study in  rats found that an extract of piperine in pepper It is effective in improving the memory of rats with Alzheimer’s disease. And another study in mice found that piperine extract may help reduce the formation of amyloid plaques in the brain, a factor associated with Alzheimer’s disease.