Bottled hot ketchup

Ingredients tomato paste 36 brix: 29.5 %, 15% sugar, vinegar (11% acidity), liquid glucose, edible refined salt, wheat starch, spices (garlic powder, onion, carnation, cinnamon), wheat starch, carboxymethyl cellulose, water

Packages: Bottles (450 gr), 12 bottles in shrink packs
Preparation: served with a variety of meat foods, burgers, and pizzas

Product Descriptions

Some people cannot even imagine living without adding this hot flavor to their food. It is also called chili pepper sauce or chili sauce.

It is popular in America and Americans usually take it with nearly every food. In fact the number of spicy dishes is increasing and they are seen in super markets and restaurants. Recent studies have revealed that over 75% of American consumers claim that they enjoy the spicy taste, which can be generally positive because taking spices can have health advantages. Moreover, it has been suggested that taking hot sauce can help losing weight, but the question is whether it is experientially confirmed?

It is said that many foods can reduce your weight or they entail components that can burn calories. Nevertheless, it is crucial to distinguish diet myths from reality. In fact hot sauce cannot remove food calories it can help you control your weight tough, but how? Science says that decreasing calories and working out is still the best way to lose weight, however some spices can help reducing weight.

Many foods such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, caffeine, and some other nutrients cause increased metabolism (the energy used by the body).

Capsaicin is the active component of chili pepper and responsible for its hot taste. It has been shown that it can help body metabolism. The sauce’s hot flavor leads to increased body temperature which in turn makes the body burn more calories.

One serving of a hot dish can temporarily increase the metabolism up to 10%.

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