Benefits of Tomatoes

Tomato is botanically a berry, a division of fruit; though Tomato is nutritionally categorized as a vegetable in healthy foods. Lycopene in tomato gives benefits to improve bone mass, which is a great way to fight osteoporosis.

Consuming tomatoes as a healthy food is related with reduced risk of cancer like, breast cancer, neck cancers, head cancer, might be strongly protective against neurodegenerative diseases.

Including Tomatoes in our healthy diets works  as a natural cancer fighter. Lycopene in Tomatoes can reduce the risk of several cancers, including prostate, cervical, mouth, pharynx, throat, esophagus, stomach, colon, rectal, prostate and ovarian cancer.

Due to tomato is acidic in nature; that makes tomatoes especially easy to preserve at home in any form like, canning whole, in pieces, as tomato sauce, or paste.

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Tomatoes contain lycopene, an antioxidant that attacks roaming oxygen molecules, known as free radicals that are supposed of triggering cancer. In hot weather tomatoes produce the more lycopene.

Tomatoes’ antioxidants (vitamins A and C) fight the free radicals and prevent cellular damage causing to cancer. 

The tomato contains a great deal of citric acid but it forms alkaline when enters in to the bloodstream. It increases the alkalinity of the blood and helps remove toxins, especially uric acid, from the system. Tomatoes works as  wonderful cleanser for liver, especially when used with the green vegetable juices.  

Tomato benefits in dissolving or solvent agent whenever the blood becomes stagnant in any part of the body

Consuming lycopene, which is an antioxidant and works as a sunscreen from within. These antioxidants make tomato as anti-aging product because they help in fighting cellular damage and reddening of skin. Eating one tomato every day as a part of your healthy diets reduces number of free radicals from the body and also helps to maintain the moisture to people who addicted for air-conditioned environs.

Tomato Juice BenefitsBeta-carotene, also found in carrots and sweet potatoes, helps protect skin against sun damage. Tomatoes’ lycopene protects the skin from damage due to UV rays leading cause of fine lines and wrinkles. And  makes your skin great look. 

The vitamin K and calcium in tomatoes are very good for building the bones strong.

The vitamin A in tomatoes can improve vision and help prevent night blindness. 

Tomatoes are rich in chromium, the element which regulates the blood sugar, helps to control the diabetes and promotes healthy living Lifestyle.