Though there is no legal or medical definition, superfoods are nutrient powerhouses that pack large doses of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. Eating them may reduce the risk of chronic disease, and prolong life, and people who eat more of them are healthier and thinner than those who don't.
In today’s modern world with the abundance of available and inexpensive food it can be difficult to consider that nutritional deficiencies still abound and are often at the root of poor health. Restoring and optimizing nutritional intake may be enough to reverse some mild health conditions, and is an essential step for creating a strong physical foundation for more targeted therapies and treatments in severe or chronic conditions.
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Spice Origins: A very hot variety of the capsicum chili pepper brought to West Africa by the 15th century Portuguese traders who gave it this Portuguese name. This spice is a very hot pungent chili pepper. Used in spice blends and mixes. Spice Description African Bird Pepper (Capsicum annum), comes in at a scorching 150,000 Scoville Heat Units. Culinary Uses. Try a heaping spoonful in corned beef hash or rice and beans for a fiery endorphin rush. Used as a substitute for cayenne as it is more flavorful.