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Senin, 13 Maret 2017

Much of the interest in tomatoes has been due to the antioxidant lycopene

Tomatoes are native to South America, but they have been grown and enjoyed in Europe for hundreds of years.
Recently, they have been linked to all kinds of health benefits. One US study found that eating tomatoes regularly could reduce the risk of men getting prostate cancer.
The glossy red fruits (which actually come in all kinds of colours, including yellow and deep purple) are packed full of vitamins – including vitamins A, C and E.
Tomatoes also contain flavonoids (natural anti-inflammatories), potassium and other mineral salts.
Tomatoes contain a high volume of water, and they're refreshing in salads on hot days. They're low in calories too, with around 14 kilocalories per 100g – approximately one and a half classic tomatoes, or five to six cherry tomatoes

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Much of the interest in tomatoes has been due to the antioxidant lycopene – which helps to mop up damaging free radicals in the body that can harm our cells.
 Lycopene may help to ward against:
  •  prostate cancer
  • breast cancer 
  • stomach cancer 
  • age-related macular degeneration.


Green Papaya is Better for Digestion

Fact, Green fruit contain significantly more papaya enzyme than those that are fully ripened. That said, perhaps with the exception of green papaya salad, it’s not as appetizing for most people.
Bright orange papaya, aside from tasting sweeter, is also likely to contain more antioxidants and vitamins and have many other health benefits.
As a compromise, use papayas that are just ripening but still have a little green on them.  Also use sections of fully green papaya in digestive and anti-parasite smoothies.
A convenient and potent alternative rich in papain enzyme are green papaya supplements. If fresh papaya is unavailable or too expensive, green papaya capsules can be taken with a meal high in protein and are an easy way to improve its digestion and avoid intestinal problems later on.

Eating fruit after a meal isn’t generally recommended as it can have a negative effect on your digestion, papaya is one of the few exceptions