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Tomatoes are common fruits in our daily lives. Tomatoes are rich in carotene, Lycopene, vitamin C and B vitamins. They are rich in nutrients and have many functions, which are called the fruit of the magical dish. Organic acids such as malic acid and citric acid in tomatoes also increase the acidity of gastric juice, help digestion, and adjust gastrointestinal function. Tomatoes contain fruit acids, which can reduce cholesterol content and are very beneficial to hyperlipidemia. So what are the specific effects and taboos of eating tomatoes? Let's take a look!
Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, which has good antioxidant and anti-cancer effects. According to the National Cancer Institute of the United States, tomatoes can reduce the risk of cancer and have significant effects on anti-prostatitis, gastric cancer, and ovarian cancer.
2. Prevent vascular sclerosis
The most common people with vascular sclerosis are the elderly. The factors that cause vascular sclerosis include hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, etc. The trace elements in tomato have the effect of preventing vascular sclerosis, which is especially suitable for the elderly.
3. Delay aging
The lycopene in tomato has anti-oxidant effects, can resist aging and strengthen the human immune system. Tomato is known as the "longevity fruit", long-term consumption can also make the skin white and reduce facial spots. Women who love beauty can consume tomatoes in moderation, and the beauty and beauty effects of tomatoes are also very obvious.
1. Tomato cucumber/carrot: The vitamin C decomposing enzyme in cucumber and carrot will destroy the vitamin C of tomato.
2. Tomato sweet potato: eating together will cause stone disease, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Lycopene is a kind of nutrient that is beneficial to the human body but cannot be synthesized by itself. It can be eaten for a long time, but it must be supplemented when it is eaten for a long time. Under normal circumstances, the amount of lycopene that the human body needs per day does not exceed 50 mg As long as it does not exceed this number, it will not have adverse effects on the human body, but people’s long-term excessive intake of lycopene will also increase the burden on multiple organs of the body, and cause physical discomfort in severe cases.