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Lycopene 5mg - 30 softgels, (Source Naturals)

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Lycopene 5mg - 30 softgels, (Source Naturals)

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Lycopene, the carotenoid pigment that gives tomatoes their red color, has been the focus of recent scientific research. Lycopene is one of the four main carotenoids normally found in human blood and tissue. Studies show that lycopene has exceptional antioxidant activity against singlet-oxygen free radicals. 
 
Lycopene - Tomatoes Like You've Never Seen Them Before  
It's hard to imagine that the ancestor of the beefsteak tomato was a tiny yellow fruit first harvested by the Incas. Tomatoes have come a long way since their origin in the Andes, becoming more popular than any other fruit or vegetable in America. (Botanically, the tomato is really a fruit, despite the Supreme Court's 1893 ruling that it's a vegetable.)  
 
Today, our appreciation of this dietary staple is entering a new chapter. Modern nutrition science has delved into the biochemistry of the tomato and discovered unique phytonutrients with powerful influences on the human body. Utilizing this research, Source Naturals has introduced a concentrated form of the tomato's most vital nutritional compound: Lycopene.  
 
Lycopene is the pigment that gives tomatoes, watermelons and some grapefruits their healthy red color. Found most abundantly in tomatoes (Lycopersicon esulentum), lycopene is a member of the carotenoid family. This group of phytonutrients are major contributors to the health of the human race. (Phyto is derived from the Greek word for plant.) 
 
Over 500 different carotenoids have been identified by science, and almost 10% of them are found in human blood and tissue. Best known is beta-carotene, whose important benefits have been well-documented. Other familiar phytonutrients include allicin from garlic, and capsaicin from chili peppers.  
 
Lycopene, lutein, alpha-carotene and betacarotene are the most abundant of the carotenoids present in human blood and tissues. Human breast milk has been found to contain 19 carotenoids, including lycopene. Like many carotenoids, lycopene has evolved as an integral part of human biochemistry, with many benefits to our well-being. Since mammals cannot synthesize it, lycopene must be obtained from the diet.  
 
Lycopene and Prostate Function 
One of the most interesting aspects of the way phytonutrients interact with the human body - beyond their broad spectrum antioxidant activity - is their tendency to be "organ specific". Different carotenoids have an affinity for different organs in the body! In the case of lycopene, it's the most plentiful carotenoid in the prostate gland. Studies have explored the link between diets high in lycopene and proper prostate function.  
 
Lycopene Protects Cells 
Research has shown that lycopene may protect DNA by its powerful antioxidant activity against singlet oxygen free radicals, dangerous forerunners to cellular damage. Lycopene was found to be the most efficient biological carotenoid to neutralize singlet oxygen - almost 3 times more powerful than beta-carotene. Also, lycopene has a "sparing effect" for beta-carotene: lycopene sacrifices itself to free radicals so that beta-carotene can be reserved for conversion to vitamin A.  
 
Lycopene has another ability that has excited further investigation. It increases gap junctional intercellular communication, which is the chemical and electrical coupling between neighboring cells. This enables a healthy exchange of the signals that regulate normal growth - thereby offering a protective influence on cellular reproduction.  
 
Getting the Most From Tomatoes 
Until recently, lycopene was not commercially available, and hasn't been studied as extensively as has beta-carotene. But now, thanks to a unique (non-chemical) proprietary process, lycopene can be obtained from specially bred and cultivated tomato varieties that are rich in lycopene, and very red. Source Naturals LYCOPENE is standardized to 5% lycopene in a base of vegetable oil. It also contains small amounts of other carotenoids, naturally present in tomatoes. 
 
While it's important to continue eating fruits and vegetables, we can also benefit from the fruits of nutritional research. This is especially important since so much of our food supply has become denatured, lacking the traditional nutrition our bodies require. Source Naturals LYCOPENE is a significant step toward reclaiming the nutrients we need to help create a life of health and vitality. 
 
Source Naturals Lycopene contains no yeast, dairy, egg, gluten, corn, or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, preservatives or artificial color, flavor, or fragrance. 
 
Found in tomatoes and grapefruits, Lycopene helps cleanse and nourish the prostate. For more on Lycopene and its effects on the prostate, read “Tired of Always Going?”

SUGGESTED USAGE
One Lycopene softgel daily with a meal. 
 
Warning: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using Lycopene product.

 

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Lycopene 5mg - 30 softgels, (Source Naturals)

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Serving Size: 1 softgel  
 
Tomato Oleoresin Extract 6% (Lyc-O-Mato ), Yielding Lycopene.  
 
Other Ingredients: Rice bran oil, gelatin (capsule), glycerin, water, miglyol oil, beeswax and colloidal silicon dioxide.
 

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Lycopene 5mg is shipped in a discrete, unmarked package. Orders are processed immediately and usually take about 3 to 5 working days to be received. We do ask that you try it for 2 to 3 weeks to feel the full effects. Any information received is used only for order processing and shipping purposes. Your information, such as e-mail address, will never be disclosed to a third party.
 

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