what is Lycopene

- May 24, 2019-

Lycopene is a natural pigment. It is mainly found in the mature fruits of tomato plants of the Solanaceae family. It is one of the strongest antioxidants found in plants in nature today. It is scientifically proven that singlet oxygen and oxygen free radicals in the human body are the main culprits in invading the body's own immune system. Lycopene scavenges free radicals far more than other carotenoids and vitamin E. Its quenched singlet oxygen rate constant is 100 times that of vitamin E. It can effectively prevent various diseases caused by aging and decreased immunity. Therefore, it has attracted the attention of experts from all over the world.

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Lycopene, also known as ψ-carotene, is an isoprene compound and is a carotenoid. Because it was first isolated from tomato, it is called lycopene. Lycopene has superior physiological functions. It not only has anti-cancer and anti-cancer effects but also has important significance in preventing cardiovascular diseases, arteriosclerosis and other adult diseases, enhancing the body's immune system and delaying aging. A new and promising new functional natural pigment.

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