Did You Know? Tomatoes Effective to Prevent Heart Disease
"Dyslipidemia often have no symptoms. However if left unchecked, this condition can lead to serious disturbances are like arteriosclerosis and cirrhosis," said Dr Teruo Kawada of Kyoto University, as quoted from Indiavision. Arteriosclerosis is an inflammation in the blood vessels triggered by excess fat that eventually form plaques in blood vessel walls. Meanwhile cirrhosis is a chronic inflammation of the liver that would aggravate disorders of fat metabolism.
Research conducted by Dr. Teruo shows the content of 9-oxo-oktadekadioneat in tomatoes may help regulation of fat metabolism in the liver. In the form of acid, these compounds can neutralize the excess fat in the bloodstream and prevent heart attacks. Nonetheless, Dr. Teruo still recommend setting a healthy diet if you want to free from risk of heart attack. Useless often eat tomatoes if the day-to-day still often eat foods that contain lots of cholesterol.
Results were published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research recently. Besides good for the heart, tomatoes since the first well known as a source of antioxidants. These compounds can counteract free radicals which is the trigger various health problems including cancer and premature aging.