Cherry tomatoes are small tomatoes that range from the size of a thumb tip to the size of a golf ball and can range from being spherical to slightly oblong in shape. These small tomatoes often have a sweeter taste than full-size tomatoes and offer several nutritional benefits. They’re super low in calories and packed with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin A, potassium and several other nutrients.
Cherry tomatoes are loaded with insoluble fiber, the type of fiber that sweeps out your gut and helps you have regular bowel movements. Insoluble fiber has been known to relieve bouts of constipation as well.
Cherry tomatoes are one of the richest sources of vitamin C. You need vitamin C to keep your immune system in tip-top shape, but it also works as an antioxidant. Vitamin C, along with other antioxidants, neutralizes damaging free radicals that destroy healthy cells. When you have an abundance of free radicals lurking around in your body, oxidative stress goes up, increasing your chance of developing chronic disease. Vitamin C helps destroy these damaging free radicals.
Cherry tomatoes add some potassium to your diet, which is an electrolyte mineral that keeps electricity flowing throughout your body. That steady stream of electricity keeps your heart beating at a regular pace. Not enough potassium in your daily diet can lead to cardiac arrhythmia, more commonly known as an abnormal heartbeat.
Eating cherry tomatoes may offer particular benefits for men. Lycopene, a compound found in tomatoes, can impact prostate health. Researchers theorize that phytochemicals in tomatoes promote prostate health.
Note: We advise that natural products be consumed in their pristine form, without any preservatives or processing chemicals, unless a preparation is advised by an Ayurvedic doctor.
It gives maximum health benefits and keeps costs low (compared to the huge medical costs due to modern diseases.)
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