walkercub76Absolutely yes, lycopene is one of a family of pigments called carotenoids, which occur naturally in fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes, and it is the pigment that makes tomatoes red. That is to say, the redder the tomato, the more lycopene presents. The lycopene levels in the blood may be associated with reduced incidence of prostate, age-related macular degeneration and others. The lycopene and a wide range of dietary carotenoids were detected in high concentrations in the body and retinal pigment epithelium, which leads researchers to believe that lycopene and other carotenoids, like lutein and zeaxanthin, may play a role in the prevention of age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and other blinding disorders.11/05/2012
clur_08The lycopene is really good to the eyes. At the same time, it is also beneficial for the health of the body. Lycopene is a kind of carotenoids which is a kind of very strong antioxidant. With strong scavenging free radicals ability, it can prevent the prostate cancer and lung cancer, breast cancer and ovarian cancer. And it can also own the character of the prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, improving the immunity anti-aging effect of a plant. It is known as the 21st century health care product. It is new bestow favor by most people. Through many benefits for the body, it will be so good for the eye vision because of the large number of vitamin C it contains which may moisture the eyes.11/06/2012
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