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Hot chilli may be useful in natural weight loss

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Complementary medicine research studies have outlined the role of capsaicin in reducing food consumption, which may be mediated by the stomach. Capsaicin, is the active component found in hot chillies.

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Hot chilli may be useful in natural weight loss

  1. 1. Hot Chilli may be useful in natural weight loss
  2. 2.  A recent study from University's Centre for Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Diseases (based at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute) has investigated the association between the feeling of fullness and hot chilli pepper receptors (TRPV1) in the stomach. Lead author, Professor Amanda Page suggested that the activation of nerves following a stretch of the stomach due to fullness is regulated through the hot chilli pepper
  3. 3.  Previously, other complementary medicine research studies have outlined the role of capsaicin in reducing food consumption, which may be mediated by the stomach. Capsaicin is the active component found in hot chillies.
  4. 4.  Professor Page suggested that findings of deletion of TRPV1 cause a decline in the response of gastric nerves to stretch. As a result of the reduced activation of nerves, an individual begins to feel less full and therefore consumes more food.
  5. 5.  Furthermore, results from another recent study have suggested malfunctioning of TRPV1 receptors due to a high fat diet. Results from this study will ultimately guide researchers in the development of new therapies targeting obesity.
  6. 6.  In order to establish the definitive role of TRPV1 receptors, more research is needed and further investigation is required to determine the association of high fat diets and de-sensitise of TRPV1 receptors.
  7. 7.  In conclusion, the use of Capsaicin as a natural weight loss supplement may be an optimistic therapy in the future, but more research is required.
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