1. TOMATOES HELP PROMOTE HEALTHY SKIN
Lycopene helps eliminate skin-aging free radicals caused by ultraviolet rays—in other words, protecting against sun damage. A daily dose coupled with sunscreen will help block the burn.
2. TOMATOES HELP PROMOTE BONE HEALTH
Lycopene prevents bones from becoming thinner and more brittle, making it a natural way to support bone health and prevent osteoporosis.
3. TOMATOES IMPROVE VISION
Tomatoes contain a high amount of Vitamin A . Your retinas rely on Vitamin A to function. Tomatoes also provide you with Lutein and Zeaxanthin, two nutrients that benefit your eyes. Tomatoes also serve as a source of Lycopene. Lycopene protects your tissues from free radical damage, because it can neutralize free radicals before they oxidize and harm your cells. Free radical damage contributes to some eye diseases.
4. TOMATOES HELP TO REDUCE HAIR PROBLEMS
Tomato contains a high amount of Vitamin C which fights dandruff and provides collagen for proper tissue development of the scalp.
5. TOMATOES HELP STABLIZE BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS
Tomatos have a glycemic index of 30, which gives them a low glycemic index. Foods with a glycemic index of 55 or lower will raise your bloodsugar but the increase will be slow and steady. High-glycemic foods have an index of 70 or higher and cause your blood sugar to spike rapidly.
6. TOMATOES HELP PREVENT CANCER
Some research has found that eating tomatoes may help protect people from getting cancer. This is because tomatoes contain a particularly high concentration of Lycopene.
7. TOMATOES HELP SUPPORT CARDIOVASCULAR SUPPORT
Tomatoes are a rich source of Lycopene, Beta-Carotene, Folate, Potassium, Vitamin C, Flavonoids, and Vitamin E.
8. TOMATOES PROVIDE ANTIOXIDANTS
Tomatoes contain all three high-powered Antioxidants: Beta-Carotene (which has Vitamin A activity in the body), Vitamin E, and Vitamin C.