Carotenoids, a kind of antioxidant found in tomatoes, protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun.
Tomatoes not only increase your meal's flavour, but also your mood.
People who ate tomatoes two to six times a week were 46% less likely to experience mild or severe depression. Other study veggies didn't have the same impact.
Nobody likes tomatoes. This fruit can cause heartburn, bloating, and indigestion if you have acid reflux.
Citric and malic acids in tomatoes raise gastric acid. Fresh tomatoes increase gastric juice production, worsening acid reflux.
If you have acid reflux, consume tomatoes in moderation and monitor your symptoms.
They may help you absorb iron, a mineral needed to make proteins that deliver oxygen to muscles and organs.
Tomatoes' vitamin C makes this possible. 1 cup provides 27% of the RDV.
Collagen, a protein present in connective tissues that aids in wound healing, can only be made with the support of Vitamin C.
Vitamin C helps speed up the healing process if you've been injured, had surgery, or have a pressure wound from being confined to a hospital bed.