6.17: web.health/paprika:
. paprika is dried fruit (to be limited
as an excessive source of oxidized vitamin C);
but even dried, it apparently has a lot of
usable vit'E, B6, lutein and zeaxanthin .

. paprika is dried capsicum annuum
(red bell pepper and chili peppers).
3-teaspoon serving RDA%:
. very good source of Vitamin A (71%),
Vitamin C (8%), Vitamin E (10%),
Vitamin K (7%), Riboflavin, Niacin,
Vitamin B6 (14%), Iron (9%) and Potassium .
0.5 g omega-6; 60mg omega-3 .[self.com];
1.3 mg lutein and zeaxanthin (11%) [livestrong.com]

included with likely food allergens:
gluten grains, citrus fruit, and
night shade vegetables
(tomatoes, white potatoes, red and green peppers,
eggplant, paprika, and tobacco).
. When consumed at very high levels,
paprika may cause gastrointestinal disturbances
(such as inflammation and hemorrhoids)
[therapeuticresearch.com (a closed db)].