I'm not too sure about bell peppers in particular, but chili peppers have very high amounts of vitamin C and Vitamin A.
Potatoes, bananas, chili peppers and raisin
Sweet and Chili Peppers. Peas. Brussels Sprouts Onions
240% of vitamin-C (Ascorbic acid), 39% of vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine), 32% of vitamin A, 13% of iron, 14% of copper, 7% of potassium,
Red and Green Hot Chili Peppers
Celery, Chili peppers lots of fruits and foods that have vitamin C
As it's genetic, the only way to "prevent" it is to have a child with a person who does not carry the relevant gene. EDIT: Also color blindness can be caused by a deficiency of Vitamin A and retinal diabetes so making sure you have a healthy intake of Vitamin A [liver, paprika, cayenne powder, chili powder, red pepper, sweet potatoes, carrots etc] and sugar/starches can help prevent it.
Chili peppers are hot because the seeds are what causes the chili to be so hot. Never directly eat a chili pepper from your backyard unnoticed. YOU WILL GET A PRETTY NASTY SHOCK. you have be warned. Now go suck on one to find out if the skin is hot.
A chili is a chili. A chili is a sort of vegetables.
Is chili even chili if it doesnt have beans?
Chili pepper and chili powder are not the same thing. Chili peppers are a vegetable. Chili powder is a mixture of spices used to make chili. This will have cumin, onion, and several spices in it to give chili flavor.
The hottest chili in the world is infact the ghost chili
A fresh red chili is a fresh red chili.
No chili is an heterogenous
Here I am giving some food sources of Vitamin-C. These foods are very rich in Vitamin-C. Red and Green Hot Chili Peppers Guavas Bell Peppers Fresh Herbs Dark Leafy Greens Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts Kiwi Fruits Papayas Oranges and Clementine Strawberries
You can find information on the history of chili at Famous Chili Recipes (www.famouschilirecipes.com)
Call it chili because it warms you up when your CHILI
its a ghost chili pepper yes, that or its rotten
chili. Not many people like it because it is not chunky like traditional chili. I grew up eating Cincinnati style chili so much, I cannot stand eating traditional chili. Dixie Chili is the best, followed by Skyline, then Gold Star Chili (these are the 3 major chili parlors in Cincy).
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Capsaicinic Acid is in chili.
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