Fine Indian Food
Hot Curry Combats Bowel Cancer!
A study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation suggests that a chemical compound found in spicy curries could prevent the risk of developing bowel cancer.
Capsaicin, which gives chilli peppers their heat, was given to mice by scientists. It triggered a pain receptor in cells in the lining of the intestines which resulted in a reaction reducing the likelihood of developing colorectal tumours. It was found to extend the life of the subject mice by up to 30%.
Bowel cancer is recognised as the third most common type of cancer in the UK. On average some 41,000 cases are diagnosed every year. Data observed from the study led scientists to suggest patients at risk of colon or rectal cancers would benefit from capsaicin being part of their regular diet.
Baburchi Cuisine is acknowledged as one of the best Indian restaurants in Gloucester. Amongst their speciality dishes, all of which include chilli peppers, are:
•Chicken Hariali – especially recommended for lovers of hot food
•King Prawn Jahlale – a rich, spicy Bangladeshi dish
•Handi Chicken – cooked with special handi masala
•Shabji Jhal Piaz – a hot and spicy mixed vegetable dish