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Bell Pepper, or what is known as colored pepper because of its good number of colors, contributes to strengthening immunity, promoting heart health, working to help improve the health of the digestive system, avoiding problems of indigestion and constipation, and helps eye health, protect the heart and stimulate blood circulation.
Bell Pepper is a member of the pepper family in general and it is called colored pepper, being different colors, especially red and yellow distinct from green, characterized by being unique in taste, taste and aroma and has many uses in foods and meals.
It contains many unique nutritional ingredients as it possesses in its formulations many elements such as minerals and vitamins, including:
- Vitamin A.
- Vitamin G.
- Vitamin K.
- Folate mineral.
- Manganese mineral.
- Potassium mineral.
Benefits of Bell Pepper:
1. Helps promote digestive health.
- Feeling full.
- Improves digestion.
- Work on the speed of satiety while eating, as it is one of the most important pillars during dieting.
2. Works to strengthen immunity.
- Maintaining a healthy body and bones from the risk of developing osteoporosis.
- Maintains the body by reducing the risk of infections.
- Enhance protection against anemia.
3. Protect the skin from premature aging.
- Protect the skin from wrinkles.
- A 10-gram piece of paprika contains approximately 32 calories for the body.
4. Contributes to maintaining heart health.
- Protect heart health from the possibility of developing chronic heart disease.
- It works to stimulate blood circulation in the body.
In the case of pregnancy and lactation, it is advisable to adhere to the doctor’s advice and advice, even if sweet pepper does not have any harm to the pregnant woman, but it is preferable to return to the doctor to avoid the side effects of sweet pepper.