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Can Spicy Foods Really Cool You Down? (Article Summary)


fauzankrn 16 / 23 3  
Oct 11, 2016   #1
This summary is extracted from wired.com and was published by Jennifer Chausse. People who stayed in Brazilian Amazon village believed that hot acai porridge or other type of spicy food are able to cool down human body. A scientist from University of Ottawa have been worked for this myths to find out the proper mechanism. The result of the research was body temperature can flow out the body through the evaporation of sweat. Sweat is body's natural response to heat and likely heat or energy leaving the body. This can explain when someone drinks something hot then automatically stimulate body to start sweating in order to release some of that heat. Now, the principal turns out people can really fight fire with fire.

fauziyahtami 22 / 38 6  
Oct 11, 2016   #2
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==> This summary is extracted from wired.com and was published by Jennifer Chausse (it's okay you try to mention the source, but you only have to write down the link at the below --> Source: ww.wired.com/xxxxxxxxxx).

==> ... hot acai porridge or other type(s) of spicy food are able ...
==> A scientist from (the) University of Ottawa have been ...
==> ... hot then automatically stimulate (the) body to start sweating ...
Now, the principal turns out (that) people can really ...

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