Cayenne Pepper - 50g
Cayenne Pepper and Cancer
Cayenne pepper is great in seasoning, marinades, salads, dips, wraps basically anything but I love it most when I am cooking lentils. I add the cayenne, sea salt (and other spices) then start to boil. This way you cook with the seasoning and not adding it later onwards like most of the cooks and always results in using more salt which is not healthy.
Further, cayenne pepper is not as hot as most peppers hence even great for young children.
Cayenne pepper does kill cancer cells. The active compound in cayenne pepper, capsaicin, causes the cancer cells to commit suicide. There are many modern clinical studies backing this fact but your doctor and the big pharmaceutical companies that support them will will not make any money if every cancer patient went under a natural health solution to a natural problem.
Cayenne Pepper Tips