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    Spicy food and the explosive effect

    Spicy food and the explosive effect

    Indians love their spices. But did you know that excessively spicy food can lead to all sorts of digestion issues?

    We spoke to Dr. S K Thakur, Gastroenterologist from Moolchand Medcity, New Delhi. He explains, "Spices are added to our food to improve the taste. However, once they reach the digestive tract they may cause irritation to the stomach's mucosal lining. Spices increase the acid secretion and reduce the strength of the gastritis mucosal barrier."

    "Overindulgence of spicy food may cause various stomach ailments. The main reason behind these problems is the presence of high acidic content in spicy food. Although spices provide a number of vitamins and nutrients that are present in abundance, too much of these nutrients can be harmful too," he adds. Following are the ailments caused by extra spices in everyday food:

    Acid reflux: Spices are basically a combination of acids. When too much of these acids are introduced into the stomach, which already has its own acidic contents, it starts damaging the walls of the stomach.

    Acute gastritis: It is caused due to inflammation of the gastric mucosa, the membrane that lines the stomach. Many people suffer occasional, mild bouts of gastritis, which are often passed off as simple indigestion. Acute gastritis is generally characterized by symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, fever, diarrhea, headache accompanied by bleeding in vomiting or passed in the stool.

    Gastric ulcer: Spicy food can cause ulcers in the sensitive mucosal lining or in the small intestine, called the duodenum (duodenal ulcer), or either in the esophagus (esophageal ulcer). Gastric ulcers are painful causing burning stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and weight loss.

    Insomnia: Spicy food raises the body temperature, which may trigger insomnia thus, it is advisable to avoid spicy food at dinner.

    Loss of appetite: Spicy food is safe for consumption when taken in moderate amounts. One may eat spicy food 3-4 times a week.

    Spicy food lovers should take care of the following:

    -Spices should only be taken in main meals

    -Avoid combination of fried oily and spicy food as it can increase acid secretion

    -Avoid having spicy food in late night meals

    -Drink milk in order to neutralize acid secreted by spicy food

    If you are experiencing digestion issues due to spicy food, then take antacids one hour after the meal and before bedtime.

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    Re: Spicy food and the explosive effect

    Hot meals recipes are not actually harmful to eat, based on how they have been ready and what substances they contain. A meals can be regarded harmful if it is missing in healthy value and has great calorie consumption or fats, with few natural vitamins or nutrients to make up. The delicious substances themselves, such as red pepper cayenne pepper or jalapeno boost, would not add anything regarded harmful to a bowl as spices or herbs or sweet peppers are low in fat and calorie consumption. Some people may find delicious foods unpleasant to eat, however, and may experience symptoms of heartburn or other undesirable intestinal symptoms.


    Unhealthy Additives:
    Additives to a delicious bowl, aside from what is making the bowl delicious, can cause it to be regarded harmful. Soup, a bowl that is typically ready to be delicious, may contain substances, such as hamburger, which can add to the fat content. Zoysia pizza, a popular delicious treat, are deep-fried, then protected with a marinade that is typically made of butter and Tabasco marinade. The liven is not of issue nutritionally, but the cooking and butter make this treat significantly harmful.



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    Re: Spicy food and the explosive effect

    Diet program features an important part in assisting a balanced having a kid. You want to create good nutrients to create sure both you and your kid remain balanced throughout the nine several weeks. You may be avoiding certain kinds of meals because you noticed that they may be risky to your increasing kid. While meals like swordfish should be prevented because of its high mercury articles, you do not have to give up hot meals.

    When it comes to eating during having a kid, you want to create sure you select the right meals to improve your complement consumption. You may get to eat an additional 200 to 300 calorie consumption a day when currently currently pregnant, but those additional calorie consumption should be used in order to meet up with your greater complement needs, such as meals full of calcium nutrient mineral, steel and complement b supplement b folic level of acidity. Diet plans for having a kid should focus on clean fruit, clean vegetables, whole nourish, slimmer sources of aminoacids and low-fat or nonfat milk products food. You may, however, need to create changes to what you eat, such as decreasing your consumption of hot meals, if you are experiencing any adverse reactions such as symptoms and symptoms of indication of symptoms of heartburn.

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