Do you want to prevent kidney cancer risk? Then eat more tomatoes. A new study found that tomato or lycopene-rich fruits and vegetables reduce the risk of kidney cancer.
Lycopene is an antioxidant. Because of this antioxidant, tomato, watermelon, grapes, and papaya are reddish.
This study has been done on the eating of the menstruating menace of 92 thousand women. In the study, the amount of micro-nutrient acceptance, including leek open, was collected through question papers.
There were 383 women who participated in the study to have kidney cancer. Studies have shown that compared to those who have taken less leek pan-rich foods, those who have taken a lot of liqueur-rich foods are less likely to have kidney cancer risk.
Quoting the case of Resident Doctor On Jean-Hoy, Case of Western Reserve University of Ohio, USA, the Live Science magazine said that a woman who receives maximum lycopene of the daily equivalent of four tomatoes is similar to the Lycopene.
However, not only tomatoes, women also received leek open from other fruits and vegetables rich in tomato sauce or lycopene, said On Zin Ho.
This paper was presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.