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Important doctor -- mentioned tomatoes as a second ago there's a new study about tomatoes doctors money.
They're really good fear now what tomatoes has been my favorite because we talk about this -- prostate cancer all the time in fact are good study that shows you -- -- prevent prostate cancer.
But this particular one comes from Finland then they looked over a thousand man.
What they found was that if you -- on taking these lycopene which you find it to me those days almost 59%.
Lower risk of getting stroke.
Amazing and you know where this is more effective.
In the first couple of that journey.
Because it prevents all of those inflammation it's antioxidants.
It can -- almost -- -- scavenger clean up all those radicals so tomatoes how much do you need -- backed Hutus through portions of week.
And the big question that comes up what if you cool that would you lose the effect of it and the answer is no it's still as effective.
It's not really good for your heart it's good for against stroke.
-- also helps tremendously -- against process that is -- you can have raw tomatoes you can have -- you can tomato -- so -- -- chip counts.
I don't think -- -- except if you're young child and that's -- -- reading but about it here's -- here's the thing with lycopene.
You know we know there are accidents are good for -- -- the nutritionist across the country are saying have a colorful plate have fruit on it have vegetables.
But there seems to be something about tomatoes and like opinions that really really decrease inflammation themselves they stop cells from getting inflamed and being damaged and you know what.
That has the same thing in common with -- lowering cholesterol we talked about Staten drugs decrease inflammation Lipitor press -- decrease inflammation.
Tomatoes seem to participate in that.
Eric if you decrease inflammation you don't get the clots and don't -- these arteries.
You don't get heart attacks and -- is there there's a test for inflammation and go to the doctor what should you asked for well with what we're not totally there yet that is it it is -- research -- -- -- CRP.
But there we we basically can tell if plaque is forming that means inflammation in -- who you.
Lifestyle and -- you know sedentary lifestyle.
High risk kind of groups like routine is I feel like I'm pretty much like a lady lycopene him by the mood does and I don't I don't get -- -- tomatoes yes also watermelon Pope -- and other things anything -- -- sounds good TR and C reactive -- Syria are appropriate tactical.
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