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Lycopene Supplements Review
 

Initial Posting: 1/13/19  Last Update: 1/15/19 
Lycopene Supplements Reviewed by ConsumerLab.com

Find the Best Lycopene Supplements

CL Tests Reveal That Not All Lycopene Supplements Contain What They Claim



Lycopene supplements compared in this review
21st Century® Maximum Strength Lycopene Jarrow Formulas Lyco-Sorb Lycopene Spring Valley (Walmart) Lycopene
Douglas Laboratories Lycopene NOW Lycopene 10 mg Swanson Lycopene
GNC Lycopene 15 mg Puritan's Pride Lycopene Vitacost Root2 Lycopene
Healthy Origins Natural Lyc-O-Mato Tomato Lycopene Complex Source Naturals Lycopene  
21st Century® Maximum Strength Lycopene Douglas Laboratories Lycopene GNC Lycopene 15 mg Healthy Origins Natural Lyc-O-Mato Tomato Lycopene Complex Jarrow Formulas Lyco-Sorb Lycopene NOW Lycopene 10 mg Puritan's Pride Lycopene Source Naturals Lycopene Spring Valley (Walmart) Lycopene Swanson Lycopene Vitacost Root2 Lycopene
Make sure the lycopene supplement you take passed our quality review and is right for you!
Isn't your health worth it?

Lycopene is an antioxidant carotenoid found in foods like tomatoes and watermelon. Some evidence suggests that diets high in lycopene may reduce the risk of certain cancers and have heart-health benefits, such as lowering cholesterol. Small studies suggest that lycopene supplements may be helpful in men with prostate cancer and for male infertility. But which lycopene supplement is best?

ConsumerLab tested and reviewed popular lycopene supplements. The tests revealed that one product contained just 59% of the lycopene claimed on the label and that the cost to get an equivalent amount of lycopene from products ranged from just 7 cents to as much as 58 cents!

Among the supplements that passed all tests, ConsumerLab selected one as its Top Pick, providing a good dose of high-quality lycopene at a great price.

You must be a member to get the full test results, along with ConsumerLab's recommendations. You'll get results for 11 lycopene supplements -- eight selected by ConsumerLab and three others that passed the same testing through our voluntary Quality Certification Program.

In this comprehensive review, you'll discover:
    • Which lycopene supplements passed or failed testing, and which is CL's Top Pick
    • Quality ratings and cost comparisons of lycopene supplements
    • The clinical evidence for lycopene for heart health, cancer prevention, prostate disease, skin health and more
    • Information about the different forms of lycopene - natural and synthetic - and the popular brand version of lycopene: Lycomato
    • Which foods are rich in lycopene
    • The best way to take lycopene to maximize absorption
    • Lycopene dosage
    • Potential side effects of lycopene
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