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    I googled and found one answer it was on yahoo but it wasnt the exact question i was looking for.
    Are chilies bad for me? Does it have any long-term effects? i'm 14 and i have quite a lot of chili (i have curry everyday). Also does it make me skinnier?



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    LOL, anything is bad for you to a certain degree if you have too much. Eat more curry so you won't get skinny.
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    what the fuck

    there's no place like 127.0.0.1
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    Ok Cheezus Your Are Officially A Fruitcake - LOL

    Why Would Chilli Be Bad 4 U Dude - Thats Retarded.

    And Like The Guy Above Mentioned - Anything In To Big Amounts Is Bad For You.
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    You constantly make the dumbest fucking thread imaginable.
    You're like free2rap...

    Stop with the stupid threads. Do it some more, and you're banned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate-M.Lifnen View Post
    You constantly make the dumbest fucking thread imaginable.
    You're like free2rap...

    Stop with the stupid threads. Do it some more, and you're banned.
    its because he is 14 lol... but that doesn't give him a reason
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    so whats not a stupid thread? i needed a question answered so i make a thread about it after my unsuccessful research
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    Quote Originally Posted by findme View Post
    its because he is 14 lol... but that doesn't give him a reason
    I'm 14 years old....



    Stop bringing all your problems here, ask your parents or your doctor. And if you couldn't find any answers on Googles for all your questions then you literally just suck at Googling, and Yahooanswers has ALOT and I mean ALOT of fucking answers, that's what I ALWAYS use if I have a question.
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    Fucking Hell
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    they help increase your metabolism if i'm not mistaken....
    pandora battery? magic memory stick? get started here.

    have you ever heard the word "attribute?" / attributes describe God's got so many vibes, some of them i have to shoot / shoot - eternality just to start it off / OffTheTimeline, He was here before we started off...
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    Ok, Guys.

    Enough - Stop Dissing On Him - If You Have A Problem Is Anyone Else But Me Related To Mafia?
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    THANK YOU JOKesTER!!!
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    Possible health benefits

    All hot chili peppers contain phytochemicals known collectively as capsaicinoids.

    Capsaicin was shown, in laboratory settings, to cause cancer cell death in rats.

    Recent research in mice shows that chili (capsaicin in particular) may offer some hope of weight loss for people suffering from obesity.

    Researchers used capsaicin from chillies to kill nerve cells in the pancreases of mice with Type 1 diabetes, thus allowing the insulin producing cells to start producing insulin again.

    Research in humans found that "after adding chili to the diet, the LDL, or bad cholesterol, actually resisted oxidation for a longer period of time, (delaying) the development of a major risk for cardiovascular disease".

    Researchers found that the amount of insulin required to lower blood sugar after a meal is reduced if the meal contains chili pepper.

    Chilli peppers are being probed as a treatment for alleviating chronic pain.

    Spices, including chilli, are theorized to control the microbial contamination levels of food in countries with minimal or no refrigeration.

    Hot peppers are claimed to provide symptomatic relief from rhinitis, but a review study found no effect.

    Several studies found that capsaicin could have an anti-ulcer protective effect on stomachs infected with H. pylori by affecting the chemicals the stomach secretes in response to infection.

    By combining an anesthetic with capsaicin, researchers can block pain in rat paws without causing temporary paralysis. This anesthetic may one day allow patients to be conscious during surgery and may also lead to the development of more effective chronic pain treatments.


    Possible health risks & precautions

    A high consumption of chili is associated with stomach cancer.

    Chili powders may sometimes be adulterated with Sudan I, II, III, IV, para-Red, and other illegal carcinogenic dyes.

    Aflatoxins and N-nitroso compounds, which are carcinogenic, are frequently found in chili powder.

    Chronic ingestion of chili products may induce gastroesophageal reflux (GER).

    Chili may increase the number of daily bowel movements and lower pain thresholds for people with irritable bowel syndrome.

    Chilis should never be swallowed whole; there are cases where unchewed
    chilis have caused bowel obstruction and perforation.

    Consumption of red chilis after anal fissure surgery should be forbidden to avoid postoperative symptoms.


    yo, i just know stuff ....
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    lol thank you. but i dont care about rats lol
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    even to a 14 year old, it should be pretty common sense that they use rats as test subjects, in order to find out what possible effects it could have on a human like you.
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