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English Name: Tomato extract
Latin Name: Solanum lycopersicum L
Spec: Lycopene 5%-10%
[Molecular Formulas]: C40H56
[Molecular Weight]: 536.87
[CAS No. ]: 502-65-8
[Melting Points]: 172-173?? C
[Appearance]: Red fine powder
[Pharmacology Action]:

1. Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Lycopene lycopene can help prevent age-related macular degeneration in animals, but studies in humans have produced mixed results.

2. Lycopene as an Antioxidant Studies that use a supplement form of lycopene have produced much less encouraging results. Though lycopene does have antioxidant

3. Lycopene for High Cholesterol Research is contradictory and most studies in humans use tomato juice (which has other healthy nutrients besides lycopene). Whether the antioxidant or other properties of lycopene help with high cholesterol is unknown

4. Cancer Prevention and Lycopene Studies have shown that a diet high in fruits, such as tomatoes, and vegetables decrease cancer risk. However, the studies are not specific as to exactly what component of a tomato is cancer-preventing. To find out if lycopene, specifically, has cancer-preventing properties, studies on lycopene supplementation in humans need to be done.



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