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High intake of lycopene-rich foods may help guard against the development of prostate cancer.
Hip and non-vertebral osteoporotic fractures are less likely to occur in individuals who are habitual consumers of foods loaded with carotenoids, especially lycopene.
Marked reduction in the risk of prostate cancer is associated with high consumption and elevated plasma concentrations of lycopene.
Frequent consumption of foods loaded with lycopene, lutein, zeaxathin, beta-carotenoids, alpha-carotenoids, and beta-cryptoxanthin may help boost an individual's defenses against prostate cancer.
Generous intake of foods rich in lycopene may help cut down ovarian cancer risk in postmenopausal women.
Significant reduction in the risk of stroke is associated with individuals with high blood levels of lycopene.
Consistent consumption of foods high in lycopene may help guard against the development of cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke and coronary heart disease.
Low prostate cancer risk is associated with high plasma levels of lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin, and beta-cryptoxanthin.
Regular intake of diets rich in lycopene and α-carotene may protect men against prostate cancer.
Frequent consumers of lycopene-rich foods, such as tomatoes, may have lower cancer risk.
Individuals with high dietary intake of foods rich in lycopene, such as tomatoes, may have lower risk of stomach cancer.
Men who regularly consume lycopene-rich foods, such as tomatoes, have lower incidence of prostate cancer.