The function and efficacy of lycopene

Lycopene is one of the common elements in nature. It is invisible and unknown. However, by chance, it was extracted from tomatoes by a chemist. This kind of life element, which shines like a red flame, has written its own glory in the history of human health care since then.
Why can we say that since the advent of lycopene and its application in the field of health care, the powerful efficacy of lycopene has conquered people who want to live a long and healthy life.
So what are the functions and effects of lycopene? Let's learn more about it:
Lycopene, a natural pigment contained in plants, is one of the strongest antioxidants found in nature so far. It mainly exists in the mature fruit of tomato, a solanaceous plant.
Scientists have proved that the singlet oxygen and oxygen free radicals in the human body are the main culprits that harm the human body's immune system.
The effect of lycopene on scavenging free radicals in human body is far higher than that of other carotenoids and vitamin E, which is 100 times that of vitamin E.
It can effectively prevent and cure various diseases caused by aging and the decline of human immunity.
Lycopene has many functions, the most obvious of which is to prevent and protect the prostate; Improve sperm vitality and concentration, and improve infertility.
These are the functional functions of lycopene.
Researchers from the Medical Association found that the content of lycopene in the blood of men with low sperm vitality was low, which was one of the reasons affecting sperm quality.

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