I heard that tomato will cause kidney stone....
Is it true or false???
Hence, the studies have proved that it is a common myth that intake of tomatoes increases the risk of kidney stones in a person. Rather, the truth is that intake of tomatoes with other green vegetables is good for preventing and to some extent curing kidney stones.
False. Tomato is not going to cause you to have a kidney stone. Don't fret!
I certainly hope not. I have been eating or drinking 2 servings of tomatoes everyday for the last 40 years or so. No stones yet!
There is no scientific evidence for it. Tomatoes is good for health as it contains antioxidants.
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