"Natural" tomatoes are packed with more disease-fighting antioxidants, claim scientists

Does it pay to eat organic 'Natural' tomatoes are packed with more disease-fighting antioxidants, claim scientists Organic tomatoes produce higher levels of antioxidants in response to more stressful growing conditions | UPDATED: 12:21 GMT, 4 July 2012 Better for you Organic tomatoes do contain higher levels of disease-fighting chemicals, say scientists It's an argument that continues to exercise consumers and growers across the UK – organic produce may be good for the environment, but is it any better for your health A new study has found that when it comes to tomatoes at least, it really may pay off to fork out for the more expensive organic produce.

"EU to blame for Europe"s growing obesity epidemic," says study

EU to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic 'by encouraging import of cheap calorie-laden food' 27 member states have high supplies of meat and dairyLower prices on calorie-laden goodsMore than half the EU population are now overweight A study has found the EU could be to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic The EU could be to blame for Europe's growing obesity epidemic, say scientists.