It is good to eat green chillies or green chili peppers as the green chili peppers are healthier than regular peppers and they can help boost your immune system, may prevent heart disease, heart attacks, strokes, prevent and help you recover from the flu, cold virus and may even prevent cancer.
Green Chili Peppers or other peppers that are hot are also good for clearing up congestion when you have a cold or sinus infection as well.
Green Chili peppers are peppers that are hot and usually hotter than the red variety of chili peppers.
The green chili peppers are much more healthy for you than the red peppers as well.
Green Chili peppers make great peppers for making spicy chili and spicy soups or adding to salads, hamburgers etc.
Green Chillies are hot and green chili peppers are usually hotter than the red variety of chili pepper.
The green chili pepper group includes all green peppers that are hot, including "Anaheim" (Capsicum annuum "Anaheim"), "Jalapeno" (Capsicum annuum "Jalapeno") and "Cayenne" (Capsicum annuum "Cayenne").
Because these chili peppers are so mild, they can be used in large amounts in recipes.
Green Chili peppers are also healthier for you than the red chili peppers.
The main difference between green and red chili peppers is in the heat.
The green variety of chili peppers tend to be hotter than the red chili peppers depending on the type of them although some red chili peppers I've eaten were even hotter than the green ones.
But it can vary and the red chili peppers tend to be more mellow while the green ones tend to be sharper in taste.
Green Chili Peppers are the healthiest peppers.
Although all Chili Peppers are good for you and provide you with nutrients, minerals, vitamins and even cancer prevention compounds the Green Chili Peppers are the best when it comes to eating healthy peppers.
The chili that is the healthiest is chili made with green chili peppers.
Green Chili Pepper Chili is the healthiest peppers to make the healthiest chili with because the green chili peppers have zero calories and a higher water content to them.
Green chili peppers are a rich source of beta–carotene, antioxidants and endorrphins while red chili peppers when consumed in excess can cause internal inflammation which results in peptic ulcers.
Chili in moderation is actually good for your stomach and can promote good gut health and good digestion.
Chili can also help kill bad bacteria in your stomach and ward off viruses such as the cold or flu.
However eating too much chili could cause issues with your stomach and may cause abdominal pain in some people.
But other than that chili is pretty good for you.
Chili is good for gut bacteria.
Eating chili can help promote a healthy gut and help the stomach digest food much better as well.
Chili is good for gut health as spicy foods can calm your gut and keep your gut healthy because when the capsaicin enters your digestive tract and attaches to the receptor, it creates a chemical called anandamide.
Chili is also a good food to eat when you're sick.
The chili can help boost your immune system and help with congestion as well and the spicier the chili is that you eat when sick the better.
Eating Chili as well as other spicy foods is great for when you're sick and can help you feel better and ease congestion.
When you eat Chili or other spicy foods with peppers etc the Chili and other spicy foods can help break up mucus and clear your throat and nasal passages making it easy for you to breathe.
Chili is one of the easiest foods to get down your throat when you're sick as well.
When we're sick it can be hard to eat but Chili as well as soups etc are all good to eat when sick.
Also chicken noodle soup is good for giving your body nutrition and energy and also good to get down your throat especially when you have a sore throat.
I love eating Chili anytime but when I'm sick the Chili is a good for to eat.