USA: Heinz Reminds: The Redder the Better; Add Some Healthy Brilliance to Your Fourth of July Barbecue
Americans celebrating the red, white and blue this summer may want to add a healthy splash of red to their next cookout -- the bright ruby hue of ketchup and other processed tomato products."There is increasing scientific evidence that lycopene, the naturally occurring pigment that makes tomatoes red, may help reduce the risk of cancer and other ailments," said Dr.
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