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    An_265135 posted:
    any truth to hot peppers increasing metabolism?
     
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    nutrik responded:
    hot peppers may have shown a very slightly increase of your metabolism but in order for it to do it, it would have to be added to many foods per day and it doesn't appear to have a significant effect on long-therm weight loss; At least not as changing your diet and increase your daily physical activity does.
    Qalorie.com can be a very useful app, there you can keep track of your foods, calories, nutrients and exercise daily so you can be sure you are giving your body exactly what it needs to help you lose that extra pound or just improve your health based on the goals you have set.


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