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Examples of research studies on tomatoes and disease treatment.

Cancer Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant and is found abundantly in tomatoes. Especially processed or heat treated tomatoes, such as tomato juice, tomato sauce for pasta. Concentrated tomato products, etc. According to a study by the American Institute for Cancer Research, it is estimated that lycopene may help inhibit and stop the growth of certain types of cancer cells. and stimulate the functioning of the immune body system To prevent cells from being damaged and become cancer cells. For this reason, many studies have focused on the role of lycopene in preventing various types of cancer, such as:

Colon and rectum cancer.

From a 10-year retrospective study of cancer mortality among people in rural areas. Japan, aged 39-79 years, 3,182 people, all of whom passed health checks and measured carotenoid levels. 21 of the 134 deaths from colorectal cancer were known to have occurred from colorectal cancer. Eating fruits and vegetables rich in carotenoids may reduce the risk of colon and rectal cancer.  UFABET But did not mention tomatoes directly to the treatment of the disease.

The findings of 11 large studies and studies on dietary carotenoids and the risk of colorectal cancer are contradictory. It consisted of a total of 7,885 case studies involving 702,647 subjects, spanning 6-20 years, comparing the highest and lowest intakes of carotenoids. The analysis results show that Carotenoids are not significantly contributing to colorectal cancer. It’s possible that eating tomatoes might not help in treating this type of cancer.

However, the follow-up in this section is only a study of carotenoids and the disease itself. which may be found in other foods besides tomatoes as well Therefore, there is insufficient evidence to confirm the definite effect of tomato consumption on colorectal cancer treatment. Therefore, we may have to wait for supporting information from research using tomatoes directly.