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I believe that some people can adopt this sweet pepper," Dr Zhu said.
The scientists said the study on the rats now needs to be confirmed by analysing any epidemiological association between eating chilli peppers and blood pressure.Dr Zhu said one clue came from China, where the prevalence of hypertension is greater than 20 per cent in the north-eastern regions of the country, but between 10 and 14 per cent in souther-western regions such as Sichuan where spicy food is more commonly eaten."People in these regions like to eat hot and spicy foods with a lot of chilli peppers.In 1983 Lavine sold the restaurant chain to Norman E. In 2017, the company dropped approximately 40% of its menu to focus on hamburgers, fajitas, and ribs, which are their biggest sellers.
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"We found that long-term dietary consumption of capsaicin, one of the most abundant components in chilli peppers, could reduce blood pressure in genetically hypertensive rats," said Zhiming Zhu of Third Military Medical University in Chongqing, China.