According to new research, produce that smells and tastes good has greater nutritional value.
In the study, certain nutritional compounds that affect flavor were compared with wild-grown and conventional tomatoes. The wild-grown tomatoes had readings 3 times higher than the conventionally grown tomatoes.
That's a big difference.
The article says, "Except for one chemical that also affects color, the sugars, organic acids and volatile compounds associated with tomato flavor were reduced in the commercial product."
You can read the complete article here: Smelling Good May Mean It's Good for You
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