This is What Harvard Says Happens to Your Body When You Eat Curry 3 Times a Week
Curry is fast becoming thought of as a new international super-food. Curry has been shown in studies to have amazing health benefits such as increasing metabolism, relieving arthritis pain and helping to combat heart disease.
Now, a recent study has shown that adding curried foods to your diet at least three times a week may help you live longer. A study of nearly a half million Chinese people indicated that those who ate curry three times a week or more had a 14% less risk of premature death.
Curry was discovered during the 17th century, and has been refined over time to make the yellow-orange spice you see on store shelves today, which usually includes a mix of spices such as turmeric, coriander, cumin, fenugreek and a variety of chili peppers.
Among the superfood meals that the study participants ate on a regular basis? Chili. Fresh chili stews are full of spicy, curried antioxidant rich foods such as chili peppers. Fresh chili is known to health experts around the world to be packed full of nutrients that help fight disease, combat inflammation and ward off obesity.
As with any study, it’s important to look at the other factors involved, such as the overall lifestyle of study participants as opposed to the lifestyle of non-study participants. For instance, it could be that the largely rural lifestyle of these study participants contributed to their longer lifespan. No one knows for sure, but increasing evidence is showing that eating spicy, curried foods is leading to healthier bodies and longer lifespans.
If you’re a firm believer that spicy, curried foods do indeed
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