Red Capsicum or Red bell peppers have about fifty percent more vitamin C, eleven times more beta carotene, and a higher count of antioxidants in comparison to the other capsicum varieties.Â
Besides loads of vitamins and minerals, capsicums have a high content of fibers, micro-nutrients, and antioxidants extremely beneficial to your body like vitamins A, C, and B6, carotenoids, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, and pantothenic acid.
Take advantage of all the well-being benefits it has been associated with like supporting weight loss by encouraging the metabolic process, maintaining a good heart well-beingÂ as it is rich in lycopene, curing iron deficiency as with its high vitamin C content helps the body to properly absorb iron, supporting hair and nails well-beingÂ with its natural silicon content, and preventing anxiety as it contains vitamin B6 and magnesium that relax the body.
Red capsicum can be served raw, cooked, grilled or sautÃ©ed.
How to store red capsicum
Unwashed capsicums in plastic bags to be refrigerated in the vegetable drawer.