Settler Seeds - Tomato Rouge, Garden Greens Seeds (Solanum Lycopersicum 'Rogue De Marmande')
If you are going to grow anything yourself for flavour, make it a tomato. Once you've tasted your own proudly grown fruit (yep it's technically a fruit!) you'll never go back to those floury red cricket balls at the grocery shop again. You'll taste the difference and enjoy watching them twirl up a trellis or stake like a real growing connoisseur.
Nutritional Benefits: Source of lycopene (red pigment), fiber, vitamin A, C, E and vitamin K. Also a source of the minerals iron, copper, potassium, manganese and phosphorus.
Potential Health Benefits:
- Lycopene is an antioxidant that can help reduce the risk of certain cancers. Tip: -- Higher amount of lycopene in cooked or processed tomatoes than raw tomatoes and is fat soluble therefore enjoy with olive oil to boost absorption.
- Potassium helps to control blood pressure, maintain nerve function and help muscle control
- Iron is essential for maintaining normal blood circulation and transporting oxygen to cells
- Lycopene, lutein and beta-carotene (Vitamin A) are beneficial for eye health and prevent eye conditions
Holistic Nutritionist BHSc (Nut Med)
Mindful & Co Cronulla
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