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.
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.
Tomatoes are ubiquitous in the American diet. They appear in sauces, salads, juices, soups and elsewhere.
When it comes to fruits and vegetables, dietitians often encourage their patients to eat the rainbow.
Cancer affects millions of people worldwide. And while the focus thus far has centred largely on ways to heal this disease, an equal or greater emphasis needs to be placed on ways to prevent it.
A team of researchers from have discovered that lycopene—the red pigment in tomatoes—is extremely successful at guarding against the harmful effects of radiation.
Shout-out to all the humans like me that burn super, super easily in the sun! If you’re slathering yourself in sunscreen regularly and still struggling hard, consider checking out these natural sources of SPF.
Slow cooking has been a hot trend since nearly the beginning of time. As soon as humans could cook, they were preparing their meals of plants, herbs and game over the open fire.
The first step in any healthy diet is eating a balanced variety of foods, so everyone should start there.
They are common ingredients found in millions of kitchen cupboards. But pasta sauces and pizza toppings could add much more than a tasty tomato flavor to a family’s favorite meals.
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