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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    Cool experimenting with cayenne pepper and turmeric spice

    Just thought I would try some healthy spices for fat loss and overall general health - for a change. I recently read up on cayenne peppers. Some of you know what I am talking about. But if you know nothing about the health benefits of cayenne pepper give it a google. What caught my eye was the HEART benefits and FAT/WEIGHT LOSS properties. Cayenne Pepper DOES IT ALL. Plan to add pepper and spices to my coffee, salads, fish, and anything else that comes to mind. Gee - I wonder how cayenne goes with scots whisky?..hehe!!...Dennis
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    I have tried the cayenne powder over the last few days. ITS HOT! The way I take it is with 12oz warm water and 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne powder 3-4x a day. Down the hatch!. I have noticed a significant decrease in appetite so this a welcome addition to my Warrior Diet eating style. I have been reading up on cayenne. Its quite remarkable. Fat loss occurs because this spice heats up the body - and the body as a result strives to keep the heat from rising - expending calories in the process. Also upon injestion of cayenne you will feel "flushed" - a feeling that is somewhat like that of post exercise or great sex ( hey I'm just the messenger...hehe) Soon I may want to try some actual cayenne peppers in a mongolian bbq style dish. Anyone got good recipes?....turmeric spice. I drink this in my coffee with coconut oil and or chia seeds. Also, sprinkle it on salad or in soups and pasta etc...add it to salad dressing. This is interesting - turmeric spice increases the amount of "brown fat" in your body. Brown fat IS GOOD. Brown fat in turn is used as fuel to "burn" "white fat" - the BAD FAT..these spices, and others as well used in conjunction with exercise and proper rest could most likely be the way toward successful fat loss...Dennis

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    how has it been with this ??? I think its too strong for me...
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    These spices work best for those people who are not used to them. If these spices make you sweat and makes your nose run like a fawcet then its working.Dennis
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