Is the 'Spicy Noodle Challenge' Too Hot for The Doctors?

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Playing The Doctors Try the ‘Spicy Noodle Challenge’

The Doctors are taking on the Nuclear Fire Noodle Challenge -- but can they all handle the heat?

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Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra explains that the noddles contain the chemical capsaicin, which helps to boost the metabolism, and decreases appetite, but is also extremely hot when consumed.

Dr. Batra warns that capsaicin burns on the way in and also the way out and says individuals with hemorrhoids might experience a burning sensation.

Watch: How Spicy Food Affects Digestion

Can The Doctors eat the entire package of firey hot noddles? Check out the video above to find out who was able to complete the challenge.