11 Amazing Facts About Bulgarian Peppers

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Let’s talk about bell pepper, its benefits, dietary properties, how much pepper you can eat per day and how to save it for the winter.

  1. Thanks to the large amount of B vitamins, it serves as a natural antidepressant, relieves stress, helps to get rid of insomnia and normalizes the nervous system.
  2. It contains the hormone of joy – just like chocolate. Only unlike chocolate, pepper will not add extra inches to your waist.
  3. Pepper improves memory.
  4. The pepper will help improve the condition of hair, skin and teeth.
  5. It thins the blood and prevents blood clots.
  6. It improves immunity due to the large amount of vitamin C – especially high in yellow bell peppers.
  7. It contains a lot of fiber, which removes toxins, toxins and bad cholesterol from the body.
  8. Yellow pepper contains a lot of potassium and iron, which are necessary for good heart function, and it also improves blood composition.
  9. Peppers are high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making them ideal for dieters. There are even diets based on this vegetable that help you quickly shed those extra pounds. However, it is worth remembering that before any diet, it is imperative to consult a doctor so as not to harm the body.
  10. By the way, remember: many vitamins in pepper are fat-soluble, which means that the body simply cannot absorb them. If you are making a salad with fresh peppers, season it with vegetable oil.
  11. The most useful pepper is seasonally ripe. It can be saved for the winter by freezing in bags. Keep in mind that re-freezing destroys nutrients, so it’s best to freeze it in batches.
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