Because of its less hot flavor, bell pepper (capsicum annuum) is a sweet pepper fruit. The bell pepper fruit is a member of the nightshade family that relates bell pepper to chili pepper, breadfruit, and tomatoes.
The large furrowed fruit comes in various colors, including green, red, yellow, purple, and orange. Green bell pepper is an unripe fruit that turns into red bell pepper once matured. The bell pepper lacks capsaicin (the reason for the spicy hot flavor of pepper), thus making them a minimum spicy food product.
Green pepper has a slightly bitter taste to fully ripe sweet pepper. Bell peppers are rich in vitamins and other antioxidants and low in calories, making them a healthy addition to our diet.
Bell peppers are a great source of vitamins, water content, and many oxidants that has countless health benefits:
Bell pepper is rich in beta carotene (pro-vitamin A), which converts into vitamin A in our body. Vitamin A is crucial for normal vision, reproductive function, and immune system.
Folate is crucial for fetus development in the mother’s womb.
Bell peppers are rich in nutrient and plant-based compounds. So, add them to your diet to relish their unique health benefits.
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