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Freeze-Dried Red Pepper - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Red Pepper - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Red Pepper - Single Ingredient
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Freeze-Dried Red Pepper - Single Ingredient

  • -R -49.95
  • Regular price R 49.95

    Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Raw

    Fresh Equivalent

    • 15g = 240g

    Highlights

    Loaded with various vitamins and minerals
    High concentration of Vit C (1 medium red pepper = 169% of RDI)
    B6, K1, Potassium, Folate, Vit E, Vit A, Magnesium
    Rich in antioxidants
    Decent source of Fibre
    11 x times beta-carotene than green peppers
    Rich in Lycopene
    Decent source of Iron

    Health Benefits

    ANTI-CANCER | ANTI-INFLAMMATORY
    Reduces risk of CATARACTS and macular degeneration
    Prevents ANEMIA
    Support WEIGHT LOSS
    PROMOTES a healthy heart
    Supports the IMMUNE SYSTEM
    Instrumental in lowering risk of arthritis and reduce inflammation
    Decreases STRESS levels (particularly those to premenstrual symptoms)
    Reduces BLOATING
    Reduces damage from FREE RADICALS
    PREVENTS hypertension
    DETOXIFIES, in particular mucus membranes in the nose
    HELPS control BLOOD SUGAR levels

    Culinary Uses

    Add to Smoothies | Juices | Soups | Curries |Stews | Pasta Sauces | Stir-fries
    Sneak in Bakes | Quiches
    Sprinkle on Salads | Eggs | Savoury Muffins | Sandwiches
    Add to to Omelettes | Scrambled Eggs
    Crush and Dust on Popcorn | Vegetable Chips
    Crunch slightly and add to salad for a nutritious and crunchy garnish

    Health Benefits for Your Skin and Hair

    Strengthens HAIR follicle
    Fights OXIDATIVE damage
    Promotes COLLAGEN production
    Assists in SUN protection

    Fun Facts

    Red Bell peppers are simply green bell peppers that have been left on the stalks to ripen
    The Bell pepper is the only member of the pepper family that does not produce capsaicin, the chemical that can cause a strong burning sensation when eaten!
    The Bell pepper has many different names – in Japan, they are called Papurika while in Australia they are called Capsicum and the British simply call them peppers.