Hot Sauce Without Gastrointestinal Inflammation
Are you a fan of spicy food but dread the inevitable gastrointestinal inflammation (GI) that follows? You're not alone. GI includes stomach ache, heartburn, indigestion, diarrhea, and those pesky burning shits. But what causes GI, and is there a way to enjoy spicy food without the unpleasant side effects?
What causes gastrointestinal inflammation (GI)?
GI is caused by capsaicin, a neurotoxin released by spicy peppers that stimulate the production of substance P, the same substance that triggers your pain receptor. This tricks your body into thinking that it is in pain; therefore, your body deploys defense mechanisms appropriately, causing unpleasant symptoms.
Common methods reduce GI by neutralizing capsaicin (not preferred)
The most common method is to drink milk. Many milk-based products contain a protein called casein, which can help break down capsaicin tricksters, like how soap washes away grease. The problem is that by neutralizing the capsaicin, you not only reduce GI, but also the spicy flavor in your mouth; therefore, this defeats the purpose of eating spicy in the first place. Moreover, "milk and hot sauce" is a gross combination.
Redbloom reduces GI by inhibiting the capsaicin receptor (preferred)
A new method to inhibit the capsaicin receptor (TRPV1 channel) is using Oleic Acid (OA), a naturally occurring omega-9 fatty acid found in many ingredients. In a 2016 research study published by Nature, a 5:4 OA-capsaicin ratio can reduce the pain experienced by 85%. Our team of experts (who have published immunology articles in Nature) spent months extracting and microencapsulating different combinations of natural ingredients to achieve this golden ratio. Anyone can mix many chemicals in a lab and make you feel however you want (that's how painkillers are made), but doing so in a healthy manner without compromising taste and texture? That's our secret.
Source: Inhibition of TRPV1 channels by a naturally occurring omega-9 fatty acid reduces pain and itch"
How does Redbloom work?
Redbloom uses AI to integrate the culinary philosophies of the world’s best chefs, utilizing natural ingredients with the appropriate molecular compounds and anti-inflammatory properties. We then apply microencapsulation methods to prevent the neurotoxins in chili peppers from causing gut inflammation. Unlike milk or other neutralizing agents, Redbloom allows you to enjoy the heat without the painful aftermath.
Why is Redbloom a healthier alternative?
Redbloom's formula is based on natural ingredients that have been tested and proven to reduce GI. Unlike some other hot sauces, Redbloom does not contain artificial flavors, preservatives, or additives that may have negative health effects. Moreover, Redbloom's team of experts has taken great care to ensure that the sauce's texture and taste are not compromised while reducing GI, making it a healthy and enjoyable alternative to other hot sauces.
How can I incorporate Redbloom into my diet?
Redbloom can be used in a variety of ways, from adding a kick to your morning eggs to spicing up your lunch sandwich. The possibilities are endless, and with Redbloom, you can enjoy the heat without the unpleasant side effects.
What are the ingredients in Redbloom?
Redbloom's ingredients include hot peppers, vinegar, water, salt, and a microencapsulated blend of natural ingredients that inhibit the capsaicin receptor.
Is Redbloom suitable for people with dietary restrictions?
Redbloom is gluten-free, vegan, and free from common allergens such as most nuts, soy, and dairy. However, if you have any dietary restrictions or concerns, it is always best to check the label and consult with a healthcare professional before consuming any new food products.
Where can I find Redbloom?
Redbloom is available for purchase on our website and select specialty food stores. Check our website for a list of locations near you.
What are customers saying about Redbloom?
Here are some testimonials from satisfied Redbloom customers:
"Finally, a hot sauce that doesn't make me regret eating it! Redbloom is the perfect balance of heat and flavor without the GI issues. I use it on everything!" - Sarah B.
"I'm so glad I found Redbloom! As someone who loves spicy food but always pays for it later, this sauce has been a game-changer. I can finally enjoy the heat without the pain." - Tom M.
"I've tried so many different hot sauces, and Redbloom is by far the best. It's not only delicious but also healthy, which is a rare find. I highly recommend it!" - Rachel K.
Gastrointestinal inflammation can put a damper on enjoying spicy food, but with Redbloom, you can have your heat and eat it too. Redbloom's innovative formula based on natural ingredients inhibits the capsaicin receptor without compromising flavor or texture. Say goodbye to GI issues and hello to a healthier, spicier you with Redbloom.
- Is Redbloom suitable for people with dietary restrictions?
- Yes, Redbloom is gluten-free, vegan, and free from common allergens such as most nuts, soy, and dairy.
- How does Redbloom reduce gastrointestinal inflammation?
- Redbloom's formula includes a microencapsulated blend of natural ingredients that inhibit the capsaicin receptor, reducing GI by 85%.
- Where can I find Redbloom?
- Redbloom is available for purchase on our website and select specialty food stores.
- What are customers saying about Redbloom?
- Customers love Redbloom's flavor and its ability to provide heat without causing GI issues.