Tomato Wellness News
This is an exciting time for the Tomato Products Wellness Council and its members. This is your source for the latest news and recent media coverage of processed tomatoes.
Stock up on these picks to keep your skin supple all year long. Does the change in weather leave you with dry, itchy skin? Beat the winter—and tortured skin—with these nutrient-dense beauty foods.
Among younger men, diets rich in beta-carotene may play a protective role against prostate cancer, according to a study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition.
It appears that lycopene, an antioxidant, fights cancer and reduces high blood pressure. There is a very special and powerful substance hiding within the fibers of fruits and veggies.
STUDIES indicate the health benefits derived from antioxidants, and the non-nutritive substances – phytochemicals and dietary fibre found in plant foods can aid you in making wise food choices.
September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men. According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 7 American men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime.
Steve Lynch, MD, Urologist from LDS Hospital, explains the four nutrients men need for a healthy prostate.
Processed food is often perceived as a less healthy choice; however, processing can actually enhance the nutritional value of some foods.
Tomato is a powerhouse of nutritional benefits, which provides almost 20 % of the daily vitamin intake required, per serving, that is necessary for maintaining good health.
Feel like you already have a healthy diet, but want to know how you can improve it even further? Use these (easy) tips to make your healthy meals even better for you…
It’s not just sunscreens that can protect your skin from sun damage. Plenty of common foods are laden with antioxidant compounds that protect the skin from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun.
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