Friday, May 9, 2014

Tomato as an anti Impotence Drug

Tomato as an anti Impotence drug

Many people classify tomatoes in the vegetable. This is legitimate because the tomatoes are often included in the group of vegetables rather than fruits. Tomato plants originated from Peru and Ecuador in South America. Tomato spread throughout the world, especially tropical countries.

It is said that tomato spread quickly in America because the birds ate and feces scattered everywhere. In Europe and Asia, tomato was brought and spread by Spanish traders who previously traveled in America. Particularly in Indonesia, the tomato was brought by the Dutch.
These plants can live both highlands and lowlands, depending on the type of crop varieties. It is well grown in many parts of south east Asia and all over the world. However, soil quality, amount of sunlight and rainfall affect the growth of tomato.

According to nutrition specialists, Nutritional Content of Tomatoes contain many substances that are useful for the body.  Tomatoes contain protein, phosphorous, iron, sulfur, vitamin A, B1, C and beta-carotene type lycopene. However, the lycopene content of tomatoes is  the biggest.

 Recovering Impotence in Men.

If you’re a person with Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, you have many treatment options. Millions of people have found relief with one of the several approved prescription drugs available in the pharmacies and drug stores, and some have been helped with therapy treatments for impotency. or even with surgery. The good news is that there may also be some “natural” treatments, including dietary and other methods that can help men with ED take back their power.

 Apple of Love

Tomato or Lyopercisum esculentum initially found around Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. In France, tomato called the ‘apple of love. Told as an apple of love, since tomatoes are believed to be able to recover impotence and increase sperm count and increase agility movements. Lycopene in tomatoes helps to increase the sperm content by about 70%. A Study done at Cleveland Hospital in Ohio in USA has confirmed it.

Tomato as an anti Impotence Drug  For the married couples who do not have children, the males are believed to be able to recover impotence and increase sperm count, according to medical studies. In childless marriages it is usually believed the fault is with the female, but 50% of childless marriages are due to impotency of the male. It has been found that 1 couple out of 6 married couples is childless. Lycopene in tomatoes helps the sperm to swim towards the ova effectively.

Surprising other Health Benefits of Tomatoes
Strong Bones
Tomatoes build strong bones.The vitamin K and calcium in tomatoes is both very good for strengthening and repairing bones.
Lycopene also has been shown to improve bone mass, which is a great way to fight osteoporosis. Tomatoes are a natural cancer fighter. Lycopene can reduce the risk of several cancers, including prostate, cervical, mouth, pharynx, throat, esophagus, stomach, and colon, rectal, prostate and ovarian cancer. Tomatoes’ antioxidants (vitamins A and C) fight the free radicals which can cause cell damage.
Chronic Pain
Tomatoes can reduce chronic pain. If you are one of the millions of people who deal with mild to moderate chronic pain (such as from arthritis or back pain), tomatoes may be a pain-killer. Tomatoes are high in bioflavonoids and carotenoids, which are known anti-inflammatory agents.
Chronic pain often involves chronic inflammation, so attacking the inflammation is a good way to fight the chronic pain. (Many commercial drugs that fight pain are actually anti-inflammatory drugs.)

Easy Ways to Eat More Tomatoes

· Add sliced tomatoes to sandwiches.
· Chop tomatoes in salad.
· Drink tomato juice or vegetable juice with tomatoes
· Tomatoes for breakfast- Top scrambled eggs with coarsely chopped tomatoes or add them to a breakfast meal.
· Eat tomatoes as a mid-afternoon
· Make a tomato sandwich.
· Serve stewed tomatoes over a baked potato.

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Posted by: Donald Jayasundera (Registered Pharmacist.SLMC)