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I love tomatoes and I can eat them all day! Is it dangerous to eat a large amount of tomatoes?

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Eating too many tomatoes can give you heartburn because tomatoes are highly acidic food.

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I have 4 tomato plants that are full of large green tomatoes but they will not turn red. What can I do to get them to ripen?


Grant, an interesting problem. Not knowing the environment, I searched for methods to force-ripen tomatoes; this site looks promising:

http://homeguides.sfgate.com/force-tomatoes-ripen-64525.html

If it's just too cold, the tomatoes won't ripen on their own. The above site advocates picking the tomatoes and bringing them inside to ripen, among several other potential solutions.

There are also recipies you can try with green tomatoes (other than frying). After the first frost of the season, I made a tomato chutney that was excellent following this instructable:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Grans-Green-Tomato-Chutney/

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A healthy Pizza Recipe. Don't ruin your diet!


The hardest part of healthy eating is beating cravings for those foods we love.

For many people, Pizza is a big one.

So here is a way to satisfy that craving, without ruining your diet. Be aware that this isn’t something you should eat frequently, it’s just a more healthy way to satisfy that craving.

Just a side note: I am a firm believer that cheese is not bad for you. Studies consistently show that a SMALL AMOUNT of saturated fat can actually help you in your diet. Of course it shouldn’t be a regular part of your diet, but doesn’t hurt once in a while. For those really concerned about it, use low fat cheese. If the alternative is going out and getting a pizza, this is much better anyway!

This is a very simple recipe. Here’s what you’ll need:

100% Whole Grain bagels
Tomato Sauce
Cheese (low fat or full)
Lean meat (optional)

Step 1: Preheat oven to 425 F

Step 2: On a pan, place as many bagel halves as you wish. Make sure they are made with 100% whole grain.

Step 3: Spread plain tomato sauce onto each bagel.

Step 4: Either grate cheese onto the bagels or cut thin slices and place them on. You can mix it up with different cheeses like cheddar, mozzarella or marble. If you are really concerned about the fat in the cheese, use the low fat kind.

Step 5: Optionally add lean meat such as chicken, lean ham, or extra lean ground beef to it.


Step 6: Bake until the cheese has melted. Remove and let cool for a few minutes.

Step 7: Enjoy!

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I heard that soft drinks contain a large amount of phosphates. Is this dangerous?


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I love eating apples and bananas. I just started a low calorie diet and am wondering if I could still eat these two fruits. Can I include them in my diet?


Apples and bananas are low caloric fruits, so there's no problem incorporating them into your diet. Both apples and bananas contain about 100-120 calories per piece. If you want, you can eat small apples and bananas which contain less than 100 calories. Also, apples and bananas contain a large amount of fiber, which makes you feel full, therefore making the diet easier.

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What are the benefits of green tomatoes?


Green tomatoes provide us with the following benefits:

They contain a large amount of calcium.

They contain a large amount of vitamin c, which strengthens the immune system.

One cup of green tomatoes contains 2 grams of fiber.

They contain large amount of beta-carotene, which helps the body to produce vitamin a.

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How many cherry tomatoes contain the same amount of calories as one average size tomato?




In 10 cherry tomatoes there are about 30 calories, which is approximately the same amount of calories as there is in an average green tomato. A red tomato contains only 21 calories, which equals to 7 cherry tomatoes.

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What are the downsides to bananas?


: Although bananas are a very healthy fruit, eating too many bananas can pose risk on your health:

Bananas contain a large amount of sugars, which is bad for your teeth.

Bananas contain a large amount of potassium (one banana has 25% of daily potassium requirements). Eating too much potassium can lead to hyperkalemia, a condition that makes you have diarrhea, loss of strength, nausea, and abnormal heart rhythm.

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