Thermogenesis. . . How is that for your word of the day? This is the fancy term for your inner thermostat being turned up a few degrees.
Gee thanks for the big word, but wait a minute. . . I’m not only here to improve your vocabulary. I’m here to reveal some benefits you might not know about hot sauces. For starters, by raising your core temperature you will be able to continue to burn calories and fat even after you are done eating. (Who needs a tread mill?)
Look at it this way. . . Fat has to cool in order to solidify. Okay, that is a gross visual, but it is the truth. Keeping that core temperature up by consuming RedBeards Hot Sauce every day maybe one way to help your body burn fat easier!
Is Hot Sauce the next diet trend? Well if it is, remember that you heard it here first!
Me, I consume it daily because I love the taste and it goes great on everything .
Back to the benefits of hot sauces. . . they have Metabolism Boosting properties that can help prevent oxidative stress in your body which keeps your cells stay healthier. A half-cup of chopped or diced chili peppers delivers 107.8 mg of vitamin C. Plus, researchers from the University of Buffalo found that capsaicin, the compound that makes chili peppers
hot, may help relieve joint and muscle pain. So maybe you need some RedBeards after a good workout.
Now it’s Fun Fact Time. . . Chili Peppers are also rich in various vitamins and minerals.
Vitamin C: Chili peppers are very high in vitamin C and vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which is important for wound healing and immune function.
Vitamin B6: Chili peppers contain a family of B-vitamins, some of which have important functions in energy metabolism.
Vitamin K1: Also known as phylloquinone, vitamin K1 is essential for blood clotting and
healthy bones and kidneys.
Potassium: Potassium is an essential dietary mineral that serves a variety of functions in the body.
Copper: Often lacking in the Western diet, copper is an essential antioxidant trace element, important for strong bones and healthy neurons.
Vitamin A: Red chili peppers are high in beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A
in the body. Vitamin A plays a vital role in bone growth, reproduction and immune system health. It’s also essential to health vision and may slow declining retinal function. (Just don’t rub chilis in your eyes! That hurts like heck).
Mood Enhancing. . . Yes, eating RedBeards Hot Sauce can cause the body to release Endorphins. And eating chili peppers can help improve the health of your heart by stimulating your circulatory system. An article by Science Daily stated that capsaicin can help to lower
cholesterol, reduce hypertension, and make pumping blood a lot easier on your heart.
Unlike most hot sauces on the market, the first ingredient in RedBeards Hot Sauce is NOT water, but aged cayenne pepper mash which has zero preservatives and an incredible flavor to make everything you put RedBeards Hot Sauce Taste Better!