Fried Tomatoes are miracle!

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@yanzalong (8832)
Indonesia
November 26, 2017 10:44pm CST
I watched a youtube video about a priest talking about health benefit of fried tomatoes. He suggested that a man should eat it at least once a week to prevent prostate cancer. Would you believe this? To make sure it is true or not, Google search, please. Image: Pixabay
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@JudyEv (101028)
• Bunbury, Australia
27 Nov
I don't know if this is true or not but I do like fried tomatoes.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
So, you can feel it that you have positive effect of eating fried tomatoes.
@TRBRocks420 (62235)
• Banks, Oregon
27 Nov
I believe it tomato's are very good for you so makes sense.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
I think so.
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@LadyDuck (121968)
• Switzerland
27 Nov
I know that tomatoes are good to prevent prostate cancer, but surely not fried, they must be eaten raw. Ask a doctor and not a priest.
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@LadyDuck (121968)
• Switzerland
29 Nov
@yanzalong Fried food is never good for our health.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
29 Nov
@LadyDuck Yes, I think so.
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@Shavkat (46947)
• Philippines
27 Nov
I think it contains lycopene and it is good for the heart.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
Yes you ate right.
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@Shavkat (46947)
• Philippines
28 Nov
@shubhu3 (13571)
• New Delhi, India
27 Nov
I have heard. It is really healthy and strengthens our immune system.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
It does.
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@shubhu3 (13571)
• New Delhi, India
27 Nov
@allen0187 (27589)
• Philippines
28 Nov
Considering that tomatoes are rich in lycopene, the priest my be on to something.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
29 Nov
I think so.
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27 Nov
And some also say that eating a cup of tomato can give you good and supple skin.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
I think that is true.
• Thane, India
27 Nov
Both cooked tomatoes and cruciferous vegetables -- broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage -- have been shown to help prevent cancer, especially prostate cancer. Now, research suggests that eating tomatoes and broccoli together has even more potent health effects
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
I will give that a try -- tomatoes and brocoli cooked together.
@marlina (62230)
• Canada
27 Nov
You can't believe everything you read or see on the Net.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
I proved it.
27 Nov
I don't like fried tomatoes
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
29 Nov
You mean you like to eat it raw?
@toniganzon (41121)
• Philippines
27 Nov
I know tomatoes are very healthy and since I am a woman, then I don't have prostate to speak of. I haven't heard of fried potatoes being healthy though. I like my potatoes raw.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
29 Nov
Still finding out why it should be fried.
@lady1993 (15645)
• Philippines
27 Nov
hm i think fresh ones taste better but we eat fried and fresh ones every now and then
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
If it is fried, the needed element is extracted.
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27 Nov
It's really good.
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@yanzalong (8832)
• Indonesia
27 Nov
It sure is.
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