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Tomato and curative effect

Updated on November 19, 2014

Tomato is bright red when ripe, contains a lot of vitamin A. In 100 g fresh ripe tomatoes have 13% vitamin A, 8% vitamin B6, from 33 to 50% vitamin C to meet the daily requirement.

In addition, tomatoes also contain vitamin B1 (0.06 mg), B2 (0.04 mg), PP (0.5 mg). Other nutrients such as protein, sugar, fats and trace minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, ... is very beneficial for health

Tomatoes are familiar fruits used as food. The main seasons of Tomato are at the winter and spring.
Tomato is bright red when ripe, contains a lot of vitamin A. In 100g fresh ripe tomatoes have 13% vitamin A, 8% vitamin B6, from 33 to 50% vitamin C to meet the daily requirement.

In addition, tomatoes also contain vitamin B1 (0.06 mg), B2 (0.04 mg), PP (0.5 mg). Other nutrients such as protein, sugar, fats and trace minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, ... is very beneficial for health

According to Oriental medicine, the stabilization of tomato, sour and slightly sweet, with a cooling effect, detoxification, good for the blood, increasing drainage, combat thirst, urination and help inform digestion.
Some specific applications

Nutritional supplements: Every day you can eat about 200g tomatoes (thoroughly cleaned, eaten raw or ground into a paste). The number of these tomatoes can provide adequate vitamin A, C, iron and potassium to your body within 24 hours.

Treatment of hypertension: early morning, before breakfast, take 1 to 2 tomatoes, washed with hot water, cut into small pieces, mixed with a little sugar until sweet enough, and eat. Each course of 10 to 15 days, stopping three days, then repeat the process data
Digestion, beauty skin: Tomatoes 200g, 150g apple, citrus fruit 80g, 100g ripe bananas, cabbage 100g. Wash tomatoes, cut into slices; apple peeled and chopped; squeezed lemon to take its juice; chopped cabbage.

Mixed Tomatoes, apple, cabbage together and then use a presses to take its juice; bananas peeled, add to presses, press them to become a homogenised paste, then add the lemon juice, stir, drink several times divided.

Heat treating symptoms gnawing in the stomach, or when the mouth is feeling bitter: tomato juice 150 ml, medlar fruit juice 15ml, two mixed drinks, day 2 to 3 times.
Support and treatment of chronic viral hepatitis: 250g tomatoes washed and sliced​​; 100 g beef cut into thin slices, add fat, fish sauce, salt and ... stir, scoop out and eat with rice or bread, this food good for patients with chronic hepatitis and can be eaten regularly. It works regulate liver function, addition of blood, strengthen the digestive functions, supports effective treatment in chronic hepatitis with medication, help the body immediately recovery from after illness.

Note: There is a relatively large amount of organic acids in fresh tomatoes, can cause gallbladder contraction. So people with gallstone disease should not apply. Tomatoes also have a small amount of purines so people with gout should be cautious. The best way is to ask your doctor before using.

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