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Tomatoes for the heart

...Petunia gene that encodes for CHI, they engineered tomatoes with skin that had up to a 78-fold increase in fla...hers found that four subsequent generations of the tomatoes inherited the higher level of flavonol and that 65 per cent of the compound was retained when the to...

Cooked vegetables give more iron

...fter they have been cooked. Lee found that cooking tomatoes with other vegetables enhances the nutritional value of those other vegetables however, that vegetables that are blended before cooking have available iron levels almost as low as those in raw vegetables, while vegetables that are blended after cooki...

Tomato Sauce reduces Cancer Risk- Study

...s of contracting prostate cancer. Consuming cooked tomatoes was particularly beneficial, according to the stud...supported earlier research involving foods such as tomatoes that were high in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant. According to the author, these most recent find...

Keep fit with salads

...uffed’ salads by scooping out the flesh from whole tomatoes or capsicums and stuffing them with vegetable filling finely chopped vegetables with dressing), or shredded chicken/meat/ prawns etc., If so desired. Salads can be packed in picnic harpers and tiffin boxes. Bite-sized salads can be served as entree...

A Tomato a Day Keeps Heart Disease Away

... "but there's a potential that regular servings of tomatoes can have a dramatic effect on cardiovascular risk."...

Tomatoes Might Inhibit the Development Of Prostate Cancer

...dy finds that lycopene is not the only compound in tomatoes that could prevent prostate cancer.Lycopene is a carotenoid in tomatoes that gives //them that familiar red color. Research has suggested lycopene could reduce the risk of ...

High-Vegetable & Fruit Diet Reduce The Risk Of Pancreatic Cancer

...nd cruciferous vegetables. Light-green vegetables, tomatoes and tomato products showed weaker protective benefits. Fruits were found to be protective but significantly less so than vegetables, with citrus fruits and citrus juices most protective. The study was based on in-person interviews of pancreatic can...

Valley's Winters - Time For Nostalgia And Salt Tea

...h and dried vegetables like pumpkins, brinjals and tomatoes that had been painstakingly preserved for the lean winter months formed the compulsory stock to ward off shortages. And to cap the culinary adventures, people gathered in small groups in each locality to listen to fairy tales of demons and golden-ha...

FDA allows barley producers to make healthy heart claims

...owed health claims on products containing walnuts, tomatoes and omega-3 fatty acids. A cereal grain, Barley is mostly grown in the western province of the the United States. Many other countries also grow the product and though majority of it is used as animal feed or for making beer, it can be cooked like ...

Roma tomatoes the culprits for salmonella infection

...infectins are caused by non veg items but now roam tomatoes have been found to cause them//. US govt has now revealed that three outbreaks in 2004 were caused by this agent. The three outbreaks took their toll on health of people and caused havoc. The link was establoished when it was found that all out...

Tomato: The Vaccine Plant, Against Bird Flu

...e developed for chickens rather than humans. These tomatoes which are the storehouse of vaccines would be fed to birds rather than injected. It is a very simple procedure the fruits are harvested, freeze-dried and then the vaccine is obtained. This would definitely be an easy method of vaccinating a flock ...

Colourful vegetables lower asthma risk

...aving asthma, with women who ate the most carrots, tomatoes and leafy vegetables being less likely to have the...ut the possibility that higher intakes of carrots, tomatoes and leafy greens are simply a sign of a generally healthier diet - and not a special effect of these...

Raspberries Are Richer In Anti-Oxidants Than Tomatoes Or Broccoli

...more anti-oxidants than in any other products like tomatoes or broccoli, according to Dutch researchers.// According to foodconsumer.org, researchers from Plant Research International in Wageningen, the Netherlands, said flash freezing raspberries in liquid nitrogen and storing them at minus 20 degrees Cels...

Now A Cancer-Fighting Tomato

...copene is the chemical that gives red color to the tomatoes and is rich in anti-oxidants. It is supposed to fi...revious study had found that eating 10 servings of tomatoes per week decreased the risk of developing prostate cancer by 45 percent. "The health benefits of an...

Sandwich Royale, Adorns Shelves of Selfridges in London

...pread on the sandwich, topped with, English cherry tomatoes and rocket, plus roasted peppers. This tuck might be worth all the coughing up! ...

Fruits & Vegetables Makes You Look Younger With Fewer Wrinkles

... make their skin look younger by including lots of tomatoes and red paprika in their meals, German magazine The Dermatologist said in its latest issue. Free radicals - unstable oxygen molecules - are a major factor in premature skin aging and skin cancer. Antioxidants contained in the body stop free-radical...

Superfoods make super healthy humans??

...o fight lung a stomach cancer. Cooked or processed tomatoes in pasta sauce, pizza and tomato juice will provide cardiovascular benefits and may protect against prostate, lung and stomach cancer. Cooking softens the cell walls, allowing the lycopene out. Brazil nuts are great for body cells as they contain sel...

Oven roasted Vegetables Can Cause Dental Erosion

.... But the study says that the acidity of onions or tomatoes does not change with the cooking method. Publishing his findings in the current issue of the European Journal of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Dr Graham Chadwick said that the study was prompted by reports that people on a vegetarian di...

Reaping the Benefits of Tomato

Recent studies have revealed that cooked tomatoes contain an ingredient called lycopene which could ...t red carotenoid pigment, a phytochemical found in tomatoes and other red fruits. Lycopene is the most common carotenoid in the human body and is one of the mos...

Tomatoes Have Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention Properties

Lycopene, a pigment that imparts tomatoes its characteristic red color has been discovered t... could, of course, get the same effect from eating tomatoes regularly.’ Edited IAN...

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