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Chilli and thrombosis

Chilli and thrombosis

Just wanted to say that I have been reviewing some post graduate research that is currently being undertaken at my university and one of the projects is investigating the link between eating chili and reducing blot clot formation. The PhD medical researcher guy overseeing the project has loads of experience in haemostasis and seems to think it’s a winner.

The research is in the early phase and consists basically of measuring the effect of an active ingredient in chilli’s called capsaicin, vs. The effect of aspirin on the level of platelet aggregation. Platelets are cellular fragments that play an important role in the development of blood clots and this research is already showing promising signs that capsaicin does reduce platelet aggregation, I thought I would just put it out there seeing as aspirin is a drug that is not always well tolerated (gut irritation, effect on protein synthesis for bodybuilders). Since capsaicin and chili’s do not have this issue, they could prove to be a good prophylactic or remedial measure for thrombosis in PE’ers perhaps? So if you’re feeling adventurous, why not add some to your diet? :P

Interesting. Surprised this thread never took off


Decemeber 2007: 5.8" BPEL x 4.9" MSEG

Current:-------->7.7" BPEL x 5.7" MSEG (7.2" NBPEL)

Current Goal:--->7.6" BPEL X 5.8" MSEG Do or do not, there is no "try".

As a proud New Mexican I’d like to say that I eat a lot of chile, and I’ve never really had a problem with redspotting. I did for a bit, but now I realize it’s because I just had a time where I didn’t eat much chile.

True story!

New Mexico green is the best of all of them. I had a breakfast burrito this morning. Delicious! I also always put salsa on my eggs. Not this gross tostito’s stuff. Actually hot stuff! Probably about 50,000 scovilles. JalapeƱos are around 5,000, and Tostito’s is probably around 300.

Originally Posted by wezly3
Just wanted to say that I have been reviewing some post graduate research that is currently being undertaken at my university and one of the projects is investigating the link between eating chili and reducing blot clot formation. The PhD medical researcher guy overseeing the project has loads of experience in haemostasis and seems to think it’s a winner.

The research is in the early phase and consists basically of measuring the effect of an active ingredient in chilli’s called capsaicin, vs. The effect of aspirin on the level of platelet aggregation. Platelets are cellular fragments that play an important role in the development of blood clots and this research is already showing promising signs that capsaicin does reduce platelet aggregation, I thought I would just put it out there seeing as aspirin is a drug that is not always well tolerated (gut irritation, effect on protein synthesis for bodybuilders). Since capsaicin and chili’s do not have this issue, they could prove to be a good prophylactic or remedial measure for thrombosis in PE’ers perhaps? So if you’re feeling adventurous, why not add some to your diet? :P

Not too much chili other wise your ass will be on fire. I love JalapeƱo packet sauce from BK.

I use that stuff on everything eggs,chicken etc….


[9/2010] 7*6 NBPEL/8*6 BPEL pic's Not PEing anymore. (as of Nov '10)

[12/2011] 7.37" NBPEL * 6.4"

[1/2013] Current stats:7.37 NBPEL * 6.5.

Yeah.. not everyone can handle the “heat” in the other end!

LOL


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(starting: Jun 2007) 5.75" BPEL x 5" EG / (Sept 11, 2011) 6.375" BPEL x 5.125" EG / (July 1st, 2014) 6.25" BPEL x 5.125" EG (lost a bit of size)

People who do intense manual stetching with jelqing should here tis and add chilli to their diet!(:


Decemeber 2007: 5.8" BPEL x 4.9" MSEG

Current:-------->7.7" BPEL x 5.7" MSEG (7.2" NBPEL)

Current Goal:--->7.6" BPEL X 5.8" MSEG Do or do not, there is no "try".

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