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Would you eat a black tomato if it helped you beat cancer?

by , 22 October 2014

If you think about a black tomato, you probably picture something rotting on the ground with all sorts of disgusting things oozing out of it!

But real black tomatoes have nothing to do with rotting food!

In fact, they're plump, shiny and juicy just like any normal tomato, except their skin is a velvety black.

You may be asking yourself why anyone would want to grow a black tomato never mind replace juicy red ones with them?

Well, it's the colour that makes it even better for you than the standard red type.

Experts boost the benefits of tomatoes by making them black

When researchers mixed red and purple tomatoes, a new compound formed in their skin: Anthocyanin.
This phytonutrient, or more specifically, a flavonoid [LINK], is a powerful anti-cancer nutrient. Experts have studied it in terms of adding it to anti-cancer drugs, so that gives you an idea of how powerful it is against cancer.
They suspect it kills off your cancer cells in two ways:
1.    It helps balance out the oxidative stress the carcinogen toxins cause so cancer cells don’t form.
2.    It interferes with the basic functions of the cancer cells including how they metabolise nutrients, grow and metastasise.
Now imagine getting these benefits just by eating tomatoes!

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Black tomatoes make getting cancer-beating flavonoids more accessible

While it’s true you can get similar nutrients from berries, they’re expensive and they’re also not available all year round.
But growing tomatoes to produce these nutrients makes it accessible to everyone. Besides that, you can use them be in tomato sauce, pizza toppings, tomato juice and any other food that contains tomatoes.
You’re also likely to eat more tomatoes than you would berries, so your intake of cancer-fighting nutrients will be exponentially higher!
So, if you can get over the fact you’re eating a black tomato, you’ll benefit a whole lot from eating these genetically modified foods. 

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