Uh-oh… Did you add extra jalapenos to those nachos again last night? Really kick up the Sriracha on your dinner? Foolishly order the hottest curry on the menu to impress your date? So here you are, trapped in the bathroom with a terrible case of fiery poops and spicy butt. But you did.
Do this to prevent your butt from burning after eating spicy foods
Burning Diarrhea Causes - Why Your Poop Burns After Spicy Food
Everyone knows that feeling. You have some excellent spicy food. It's delicious going in. It's torturous coming out.
Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Super Hot Peppers
Not so amazing: feeling those spices come out the next day in the form of burning poop. When you consume spicy foods, the compounds that give them heat move through your body relatively unchanged. That means your poop is laced with spicy particles. This burning poop sensation can happen to anyone, but it's often worse in people who have certain gastrointestinal issues to begin with. So "make sure you don't have other things going on that would predispose you to being more sensitive," says Bruno P.
Ed Currie wasn't looking to make the world's hottest pepper when he began crossbreeding chilies from around the globe in In fact, he was trying to raise the levels of capsaicinoids, compounds found in peppers, because he believes they have medicinal properties and can help protect against heart disease and cancer. The most common capsaicinoid is capsaicin, which gives the pepper its fiery edge. After a few successful growing seasons, Currie decided to find out where the pepper ranked on the Scoville scale , which uses Scoville heat units SHU to measure capsaicin.