Just like red pepper, black pepper has a thermogenic effect when ingested. The spice stimulates your metabolism and thus temporarily increases body heat. A higher basal metabolic rate means higher energy expenditure or more calories burned. This is why black pepper is considered a good carminative.
As well As Black pepper is an excellent source of manganese and vitamin K, a very good source of copper, manganese ,dietary fiber and rich in iron, chromium and calcium. Potassium, another mineral in black pepper, helps improve your stomach’s ability to digest foods and promotes intestinal health. Black pepper is a carminative, it discourages intestinal gas from forming and as a bonus, the outer layer of the peppercorn aids in the break-down of fat cells. Black pepper Stimulates digestion eases flatulence, relieves constipation and improves circulation.
How to consume:
Pepper is one of the most commonly used spices and often paired with salt as a basic seasoning combination. If we use Black pepper powder, black salt and roasted cumin powder and consume with raw tomato as salad, it is very good to fight with hookworm problem.
We can use it on different kind of soups as digestive ingredient. Some people also use Black Pepper as weight loss ingredient.
Black pepper may have the opposite effect on hypertension. Black pepper may play good role in lowering blood pressure.
Precaution: Excess use of any content may cause of harm for precautions consult with your dietitian.