Tomatoes are one of the most well-rounded fruits out there, for lots of reasons. For one, they’re round. But obvious and groan-worthy pun aside, tomatoes are delicious, nutritious, and plentiful. Their antioxidant content helps ward off all manner of physical ills, while their vitamins and minerals support crucial functions of the human body.
Tomatoes can be eaten sliced, diced, cooked, or raw – even unripe, in the form of green tomatoes. They come standard on burgers and sandwiches, are delicious atop salads, and form the base of many different sauces. There are hundreds of different varieties of tomato, including lots of “heirloom” varieties that have been open pollinated and passed down through many generations.
Suffice it to say, tomatoes are a smart addition to a healthy diet. But what would happen if you ate tomatoes every day for a month? Unless you have an allergy or sensitivity to them, it’s all good news. Stick with us to find out how much you can improve your health with tomatoes in just 30 days.