I have started using cayenne on just about everything: popcorn, rice, any meat, soup, potatoes, even on apples. It adds a little spice, but not really any flavor. I find that somehow this "tricks" my taste buds into forgetting there isn't any salt on my food, and I don't have regrets later!
I have also heard that cayenne is good for high blood pressure
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If you think you can't include oatmeal in your diet because you don't like oatmeal that's sweetened or fruity, try some savory seasonings instead. A few shakes of that spice blend you love on chicken, a little garlic salt, or even a dash of cayenne pepper -- whatever pleases your palette, give it a shot.
My personal favorite: Trader Joe's 21 Spice Salute (salt free!), paprika (for color), and a tiny dash of cayenne pepper.
A daily drink of apple cider vinegar with honey and cayenne pepper makes for a real pick me up and colon cleanser
8 oz water, 2tbsp apple cider vinegar (Bragg brand) & honey to taste each morning and before meals keeps the digestive system moving. If you can handle cayenne pepper add and enjoy 244
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