Lycopene (from Tomato)

Lycopene (from Tomato)
What it is: It is the red pigment that belongs to the group of carotenoids. It is contained in large quantity in tomato and other red fruits and vegetables, as well as in asparagus and parsley. It is a polyunsaturated hydrocarbon and insoluble in water.

How it works: Lycopene has strong antioxidant action, and its main role is to protect the cardiovascular system. It has been found that it lowers cholesterol levels in blood, and has been related to reduced risk of cerebral attack (stroke) and other cardiovascular diseases.

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