New Book – Lycopene and Tomatoes in Human Nutrition and Health
The book includes chapters that discuss genetic polymorphisms; and lycopene’s relationship to cardiovascular diseases, cardiometabolic diseases, bone health, and other health disorders including male infertility, skin diseases, respiratory disorders and neurodegenerative diseases.
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Israeli farmers say they have produced a tiny tomato the size of a blueberry, said to be the smallest tomato in Israel and perhaps the world.Read more
New Study Shows Processed Tomato Products Are a Better Source of Lycopene Than Fresh Tomatoes
A second study shows that lycopene from tomato paste is better absorbed by the body than lycopene from fresh tomatoes, suggesting that processed tomato productssuch as tomato paste, tomato sauce and ketchupare a better source of this antioxidant.Read more
How we rank Team Ranking the best lycopene supplements of 2018
Lycopene can be taken in supplemental form to get a concentrated dose, with all of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, and has been studied in a number of clinical trials for its potential for improving long-term health.Read more