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Pepper is bad for the liver?

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I want to avoid liverstress.
I use a lot of pepper to flavour my meat.
There are articles claiming that pepper is hard
On the liver and spicy food in general. So no curry.

Are there more Healthy herbs to flavour my chucken?

Thx
 
I want to avoid liverstress.
I use a lot of pepper to flavour my meat.
There are articles claiming that pepper is hard
On the liver and spicy food in general. So no curry.

Are there more Healthy herbs to flavour my chucken?

Thx

Source please.
 
Lol doubt it does anything substantial to the liver.. If at all

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if anything, i've read it's a possible mild stress on the kidneys, not liver.
 
I was doing a liver detox that called for me to avoid pepper, or anything spicy, shellfish, but that was likely just for the 7 day detox. I know that overly fat meat is stressful on the liver.
 
I've never seen anything on pepper being bad in any way. Lol there's a new study of every thing being bad for you lol.
 
Where did you find this claim? Assuming these studies even exist, how much pepper was consumed in the studies that illustrated this effect?
 
I want to avoid liverstress.
I use a lot of pepper to flavour my meat.
There are articles claiming that pepper is hard
On the liver and spicy food in general. So no curry.

Are there more Healthy herbs to flavour my chucken?

Thx

I have never heard that before. Can you steer us towards those articles/studies to see please?
 
Perhaps you or the article writers misinterpreted the effects of piperine?


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Pepper are used much in Chinese food. We are used to boil soup with it. In contrast, we think it warms spleen and kidney.Especially in winter, you will feel very warm after a bowl of soup. Do you want to try? haha
 
even if pepper did cause some kind of liver stress, how much pepper do you season your meat with? The amount you would have to ingest would be insane
 
pepper is widely used in asian dishes, especially in southeastern part. it has a long history.they don't hear any bad effect on liver... i think maybe you are minsled by some articles.
 
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Pepper are used much in Chinese food. We are used to boil soup with it. In contrast, we think it warms spleen and kidney.Especially in winter, you will feel very warm after a bowl of soup. Do you want to try? haha
 
I want to avoid liverstress.
I use a lot of pepper to flavour my meat.
There are articles claiming that pepper is hard
On the liver and spicy food in general.
I hadn't seen any literature corroborating this statement. I had an idea of how one might extrapolate this position: nightshade family.

Plant Consumption and Liver Health

"Patients with liver disease are advised to avoid nightshade plants which are the common name for the Solanaceae family that consists of more than 2800 plants. Well-known nightshades include eggplant, ground cherries (any of the genus Physalis), mandrake (Mandragora officinarum), peppers, pimentos (Capsicum annuum), potatoes, tobacco, tomatillos (Physalis ixocarpa), and tomatoes. Animal study of several nightshades resulted in the conclusion that the plants are hepatotoxic showing amyloidosis and moderate necrosis in liver [70]. Another nightshade plant (Solanum cernuum Vellozo) was also involved in hepatic toxicity when it was used in high dose and significant increase in the activities of alanine aminotransferase and aspartate aminotransferase was observed [71]."

While there are members of the nightshade family which do cause liver stress, I'm not seeing peppers explicity indicated anywhere. However, if discussing peppercorns, that is a different plant family altogether.

If anyone has found better data, I'd like to see it.
 

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