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Lycopene 25TM with Tomato Powder
Studies show that Lycopene with Tomato Powder is more effective than Lycopene alone. VitaPurity Lycopene 25 capsules are packed full of Lycopene and Tomato Powder!
Lycopene is responsible for the red color in tomatoes and the pink color in grapefruits, but in your body, it is a proven antioxidant that can help keep you healthy and vital throughout your entire life.

VitaPurity Lycopene 25is made entirely from 100% heat processed tomatoes and includes a whopping 450 milligrams of tomato powder in each and every capsule!

Lycopene is an important substance for everyone, and for men it is absolutely essential to maintain healthy levels of Lycopene in their bodies.

"A Quick Fact!":

In men, the prostate gland contains more Lycopene than any other organ. This is vitally important to a man's continued good health. Scroll down for more on this and other valuable information about VitaPurity Lycopene 25™.

Lycopene is a proven antioxidant that may lower the risk of certain diseases including cancer and heart disease.
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A study conducted by the University of Illinois, and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute November 05, 2003 issue showed that Lycopene with tomato powder is far more effective than Lycopene alone in staying healthy . University of Illinois Professor John Erdman Jr. stated, "Tomato powder consumption clearly extended the life and reduced {life-threatening cells} in this particular model." This University of Illinois study indicates that consuming Lycopene with Tomato Powder may offer the best protection against {life-threatening} cells.(1)

Researchers at The University of Milan and the Institute for Food Research in Norwich, England stated that Lycopene appears to have immunity-enhancing properties. Lab tests showed that a three-week, tomato-rich diet (a serving of tomato puree daily, containing 16.5 mg of lycopene) helped protect infection-fighting white blood cells.(2)

Studies show that men with higher levels of Lycopene in their blood have lower rates of cancer and heart disease! Florida State University Studies revealed that dietary consumption of Lycopene has been associated with a lowered risk of prostate problems. Men with higher levels of Lycopene in their blood had statistically significant lower numbers of {life-threatening} cells than did men with lower blood levels of Lycopene. Studies have also shown that men who eat more Lycopene-rich foods have fewer heart ailments. Ongoing research suggests that Lycopene is a necessary nutrient to help maintain healthy lungs, bladder, cervix and skin.

Lycopene has been shown to be twice as effective as beta-carotene and 100 times more effective than vitamin E in counteracting harmful singlet oxygen radicals.(3)

A six-year study of 48,000 men by the Harvard University School of Health showed that diets rich in tomatoes and tomato products significantly reduced the risk of developing {an unhealthy prostate}. Lycopene was the only carotenoid associated with the lower risk.(4)

A study released by Johns Hopkins University examined body fat in European men and discovered that Lycopene was the only carotenoid that appeared to reduce the risk of heart trouble.(5)

Lycopene has abundant nutritional value for everyone including reducing the risk of certain cancers and protecting against heart attack.
The Cancer Research Foundation of America writes that Lycopene is believed to "turn off" free radicals in the body, this helps your body maintain normal and healthy cells. Previous research has indicated that lycopene is critical in maintaining the healthy functioning of organs including prostate, cervical, bladder, breast, digestive-tract, skin and lungs.

VitaPurity Lycopene 25- A Comparison

The benefits of a Lycopene and tomato rich diet are exciting but it can be a little hard to eat pasta with tomato sauce every night! So, on days when you're not having a healthy serving of tomatoes, supplement your diet with just one VitaPurity Lycopene 25Ultra-Max high potency capsule.

VitaPurity Lycopene 25™ capsules contain more Lycopene in a single dose than most other Lycopene supplements on the market today at a cost that is comparable to products with just half of the potency. Plus, we have included a whopping 450mg of tomato powder in each capsule!

The chart on the right shows the amount of Lycopene in just one VitaPurity Lycopene 25™ capsule as compared to other foods. VitaPurity's 25 mg Ultra-Max formulation guarantees you the very best in nutritional protection!

You can be assured that Vitapurity Lycopene 25™ capsules are the highest quality available and are packaged for maximum stability and freshness. With no added sugars, salt, polyunsaturated filler oils, artificial colors or preservatives.

This chart shows the amount of Lycopene in just one VitaPurity Lycopene 25 capsule as compared to other foods. VitaPurity's 25 mg Ultra-Max formulation assures you the very best in nutritional protection!

Remember, drugs do not cure degenerative diseases. Your body must be in good health to effectively destroy disease and heal itself. Enable your body with the essential elements it requires. VitaPurity stands ready to help you and to provide you with the proper nutritional building blocks so that you can achieve "Recovery, Good Health and a Long Life."

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This article is for information purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. You should consult with a physician or other health-care professional familiar with nutrition, prevention, and related health issues. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


References

(1) Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Vol. 95, No. 21, 1563-1565, November 5, 2003
DOI: 10.1093/jnci/djg112

(2) American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, April, 1999

(3) Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Nov 1, 1989; 274:532-8.

(4) Journal National Cancer Institute, December 6, 1995, 87:23, 1767-76.

(5) American Journal Epidemiology October 15, 1997 146:8, 618-626.