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News & Views Keep chilled – with chillis


Recent studies have found that eating spicy food can help you cool down on a hot summer’s day. While you might instinctively opt for ice cream, a fresh salad or watermelon, it is actually food containing chillis - like curry - that will help you out when it’s a bit too warm for comfort.


Chillis stimulate the heat receptors in the mouth, enhancing circulation and causing people to sweat, which cools the body down. Ginger, black pepper and Sichuan peppers work in the same way but to a lesser extent.


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