Black pepper (Piper nigrum L) is more useful than just to add flavour to your favourite dishes, as it possesses a chemical substance known as ‘piperine’. Piperine helps to stimulate the body into transporting nutrients from the gut (digestive tract) and into the bloodstream. This means that pepper enables you to process more goodness from the food you eat.
A recent study indicated that pepper may have more benefits to health than recently predicted as it has been found to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which could help fight rogue cancer cells as well as boost the immune system. White pepper also contains ‘piperine’, and both could be used as a healthier alternative to sprinkling salt on your meals.
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