Genetically Modified Purple Tomatoes

The united states department of agriculture (USDA) has finally licensed a nutritionally enriched purple tomato after more than 10 years of study and development.

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Govt. Approval

When compared to other types, gene-edited tomatoes can produce up to 10 times as much anthocyanin called an antioxidant which help delay damage cells.

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Antioxidant Properties

Red cabbage and blueberries have a purple pigment in them due to anthocyanin which is useful for a healthy body and skin.

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Anthocyanin Benefits

Purple tomatoes can help reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease, just like blueberries do.

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Lower Heart Disease

According to the study, mice who suffered from cancer were fed on anthocyanin enriched tomatoes and lived 30% longer than other mice.

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Life Expectancy

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