Chilli peppers may help you lose weight

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(By Shenrina Badri) Chilli peppers may not be one of the first choice of ingredients to add to a dish, but if you are trying to lose some weight, then you may want to consider giving this ingredient a try the next time you prepare a meal.

Chilli peppers contain a substance known as capsaicin. According to studies, capsaicin has been shown to help reduce appetite and increase fat burning. Both of these factors are great if you are on a weight loss diet!

So how can you include chilli peppers in your meals? Simple, here are some suggestions. Add them to pizza toppings, in curries or even throw them together with some vegetables and roast them. Your choices of including them in your meals are endless, so be creative and have fun experimenting whilst enjoying your new slim waistline.

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  1. Avatar KamaawaChicago November 28th, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Kwani ODM is a paper tiger? And the way I have hopes that its the party to reform and drive Kenya to Vision 2030 after next year’s polls. Please advise. 

    1. Avatar Barmasai Felix November 28th, 2011 at 5:52 pm

      It is not the party to drive reform…it is Kenyans….But it seems Kenyans only glorify monsters like Nyambati who fight for MPs not to pay tax. Kenyans really deserve all the screwing they get from politicians….i don’t cry at all…..Kenyans should eat what they planted. Politicians will screw them and they happily bend over

  2. Avatar Barmasai Felix November 28th, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    kenyans deserve the leaders they elect; Nyambati, Sonko, Waititu et al….

  3. Avatar Ukweli November 28th, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    Hahaha. ODM is a useless tribal party whose influence is daily reducing into Luo Nyanza and Kibera. Wapi Orengo, Midiwo, Nyongo, Mbadi and Namwamba to reject the polls?

  4. Avatar Mimi November 28th, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    Way to GO !   ODM should be shown dust.  And they will have to be, come 2012.  I am happy they lost this one in Kisii.  POLE sana RAO.  Go nurse your tears.

  5. Avatar Daggiefresh November 29th, 2011 at 4:37 am

    ..,you cannot claim to own what you never had in the first place.., the seat was previously held by PNU., and they have reclaimed it back., so, how is this an upset to ODM?.. im just wondering., just like Ikolomani., they tried thier best and lost.., which is pretty much normal in a democracy., ok, moving on forward., so much of kenyans crying for change., im just hoping that this is not an indication of 2012..,

  6. Avatar Muths November 29th, 2011 at 6:30 am

    PNU Alliance is serving notice to ODM and Raila but the message is being ignored. notice was served at Kamukunji. it was again served in Ikolomani and lately at Kitutu Masaba. when it finaly sinks in as it is bound to with this loss, ODM will drop the bravado and re-engineer the party failure to which RAO will face a humiliating defeat in 2012. I cant stop thinking of the chest thaimbing that would ensue had ODM won this seat. its nice to see how PNU-A just socks in the win magnanimously. its how i expect mature parties to be organised.

  7. Avatar Alexmtmt November 29th, 2011 at 6:55 am

    This is a clear indication of how the elections in 2012 will be. ODM should stop boasting to be popular things have changed and kenyans know their destiny. The only advice is that PNU alliance should remain united  so as to be assured of easy victory come 2012.


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