Chipotle: The Spice with More to Offer
Chipotle is the hot not so new spice in the foodie scene. This spice can be added to kick up anything from meat rubs to potato chips and even the classic holiday favorite hot cocoa.
Chipotle has been around for centuries and is a spice commonly used in Mexican cuisine that is now being incorporated into many five star restaurant dishes. The use of Chipotle not only adds more flavor to your dish but offers health benefits that everyone can gain from as well.
Benefits of Capsaicin, the content that produces the spice in Chipotle, includes Vitamin A, C, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin Iron, Magnesium, and Potassium, which proves to be beneficial in your diet.
- Due to the high levels of Capsaicin in Chipotle, this pepper has been linked to help prevent cancer cells from spreading and have also helped decrease the size and growth of the prostate tumor.
- Contrary to popular belief, Chipotle can actually help fight stomach ulcers rather than cause them.
- Chipotle has been linked to the prevention of blood clots from occurring that can cause heart attacks and strokes.
- The cold season is upon us and with that so is congestion and mucus build up. The Chipotle can help clear up congestion and mucus caused by the common cold.
Now that you know the benefits you and your family can receive from cooking with chipotle, why not incorporate the spice into more of your family’s meals?
Try Legacy Pork Tenderloin Nuevo Chipotle and start receiving the benefits of Chipotle.