The benefits of peppers:
Green pepper or bell pepper is a type of pepper, it comes sweet and hot and has many benefits for the body.

Benefits of green pepper for the body

It boosts the immune system in the body and prevents the risk of infection with viruses and infections
Helps treat anemia
Green pepper promotes eye health and protects it from poor vision
Useful for pregnant women, it enhances the health of the fetus and protects it because it contains folic acid
Protects the digestive system from disorders
Stimulates the brain and memory
It prevents cancer because it contains powerful antioxidants
It benefits the skin and reduces signs of aging
It benefits hair and prevents its loss
Green pepper activates the body and strengthens muscles and joints
Benefits of hot green pepper

In addition to the above general benefits we add to it:

Helps in losing weight
Hot green pepper promotes eye health, as it is rich in vitamin A
It treats migraines because it contains capsaicin, an analgesic
Treats colds and relieves their symptoms
Benefits of sweet green pepper

Promotes red blood cell production and prevents anemia
Maintains bone health because it contains vitamin B6
It benefits the pregnant woman and provides her body with the necessary vitamins for the growth of her fetus
Important for nerve and muscle health
Benefits of green pepper for children

Sweet green pepper has a sugary taste that is acceptable to children and is preferred in the child’s diet
It contains vitamin A, which contributes to protecting children’s eyes from diseases
It increases his immunity
Improves digestion and prevents constipation
It increases the concentration of the child and protects against brain problems because it contains folic acid
It prevents tumors because it is rich in antioxidants
Benefits of green pepper for the stomach

Protects stomach lining from ulcers
Relieves stomach acidity
Treats intestinal disorders
It is an excellent natural laxative that increases bowel movement and facilitates digestion
Benefits of bell pepper for colon

Protects against the risk of colon cancer
Treats constipation and irritable bowel syndrome
It helps moisturize the colon, which contributes to the expulsion of waste from the body because it contains water
Benefits of green pepper for pregnant women

It prevents the risk of preeclampsia
It improves bowel movement because it contains fibers that treat constipation
It enhances the mental ability of the fetus because it contains vitamin B6
Pregnant women prevent anemia
The body gets rid of toxins that accumulate in the liver and kidneys

Benefits of green pepper for hair

Green pepper contains vitamin A, which helps in improving the scalp and keeps the hair moisturized and smooth

It also increases its growth and renews the damaged one.

Benefits of hot green pepper for sex

Doctors confirmed that hot pepper increases sexual desire in both men and women
Improves blood circulation, bringing blood to the genitals
Increases testosterone levels in men
Addresses the problem of weakness and premature ejaculation in men

Benefits of green pepper for the skin

Protects the skin from the harmful effects of sunlight and burns
Protects the skin from wrinkles and signs of aging by drinking its juice
Stimulates blood circulation and increases collagen production
It nourishes the skin, increases its freshness, and is included in many masks

Benefits of green pepper for the heart

It reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and enhances its health because it contains many vitamins, including vitamin C

Sweet pepper seeds

Studies have shown that pepper seeds have many benefits because they contain a large amount of vitamins and minerals

Maintains heart health, prevents blood clots, and reduces heart attacks

Also, pepper seeds contain a high percentage of vitamin A, which helps in enhancing vision and strengthening the immune system in the body.

3 Bell Peppers

1 lb. Beef (Ground)

8 oz. Mushrooms (Chopped)

1 Onion (Chopped)

2 tbsp. Ketchup

1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce

1 cup Beef Broth

8 oz. Mozzarella Cheese (Shredded)

Salt And Pepper To Taste

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Slice the tops off of the peppers and deseed them.

Place the ground beef and onion in a skillet over medium high heat. Saute until the beef is browned and the onion has softened.

Stir in the chopped mushrooms.

Mix in the beef broth, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup and salt and pepper to taste.

Simmer until the liquid is almost all absorbed. Stuff the peppers with the meat mixture.

Sprinkle with the cheese. Tent a piece of tin foil over the baking dish and bake for 45 minutes.