Nutrition & Diet
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British scientists recently discovered a way to modify a tomato so a single piece of the produce contains the same amount of resveratrol found in 50 bottles of wine.

Phenylpropanoids such as resveratrol have been found to pack great health benefits, but naturally occurring concentrations of them are often woefully low. 
British scientists recently discovered a way to modify a tomato so a single piece of the produce contains a quantity of the health-booster equivalent to 50 bottles of wine. 
They also treated a similar tomato so it packs the same genistein punch as five and a half pounds of tofu.
Both plant chemicals have been linked with reduced risks of certain ailments. 
Resveratrol is often lauded as staving off Alzheimer’s disease, heart di

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