Bell Pepper Health Benefits  

Bell peppers include antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds. Bell pepper plant components may reduce inflammation or prevent it, according to studies.  

Bell peppers include zeaxanthin and lutein, which may protect and improve vision. Zeaxanthin, an antioxidant, protects the macula from blue light damage.   

A registered dietitian and founder of Louisiana nourishment Associates, Krista Wale, RD, says, “Incorporating bell peppers into your daily diet could potentially offer a wealth of nutrition for your body, especially for your immune system.”  

Bell peppers may help prevent age-related memory decline and brain health. Pepper flavonoids, phenolic acids, and carotenoids may reduce Alzheimer's disease memory loss, according to one study.  

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Bell peppers are high in fiber, which improves digestion, heart health, and vitality.   

Bell peppers are healthy for most people. Few people have bell pepper allergies. Barrera believes bell peppers are healthy for everyone unless they cause discomfort or an allergy.  

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