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To Live Longer Eat Pizza?
Source: Prevention

"... live longer an prevent cancer, heart disease, and even Alzheimer's with pizza. The tomato sauce in pizza is loaded with on of Mother Nature's most powerful disease-fighting compounds, lycopene, along with a healthy dose of vitamin C. Studies show this combination can dramatically reduce your risk of caner and heart disease. And don't forget the basil topping! it's overflowing with nutrients renowned for their ability to deactivate cancer-causing substances that sneak into your body from pesticides, pollution, and other threats in our environment."

Margherita Gourmet Favorite: mozzarella, provolone, white cheddar, parmesan, basil, garlic, fresh tomatoes, and red sauce. (small/4 slices - Total: 520 calories, 6g of saturated fat) Buono!

The Health Guide - America's Healthiest Superfoods
By Shaun Ghavis | Source: Health.com | Jan/Feb 2010 - p194

"Olive Oil - Not list would be complete without this flavorful oil. A staple of the Mediterranean diet, it has long been linked to heart health and longevity. But mounting evidence shows that olive oil may be good for your brain, too. A study from Columbia University suggests that sticking to a Mediterranean diet not only protects against Alzheimer's disease but also helps with mild fuzzy thinking. And that's not all: findings from a 2008 study in Spain suggested that compounds in extra-virgin olive oil seem to fight certain kids of breast cancer. Want to get more of this healthy staple in your diet? Substitute olive oil for other fats: use it on bread instead of butter and in the place of less-healthy cooking oils. How much you need: Get two tablespoons a day; it may lower your risk of heart disease."

RBP uses only Virgin Olive Oil! Buono!

The Health Guide - America's Healthiest Superfoods
By Shaun Ghavis | Source: Health.com | Jan/Feb 2010 - p194

"Dark Chocolate - it's the food you love that loves you back," Dr. Katz says. Rich in heart-protective antioxidants, dark chocolate can help reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease. It's loaded with magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, and phosphorus - all important for strong bones. Studies suggest chocolate may also help hydrate teh skin, lower blood pressure, and hapen thinking. And then there's the fun factor. "Chocolate is a sensual pleasure, something women often don't get enought of in their food," Dr La Puma says, we say, let the pleasure begin. How much you need: Eat just one-quarter ounce a day. And be sure to look for kinds made with at least 70 percent cocoa."

Get your fix of RBP triple chocolate gelato! Buono!

Herbs that Heal
Source: Health.com | Jan/Feb 2010 - p196

"The secret to great health may be right in your spice rack. Many herbs and spices not only add flavor to your food but also offer a slew of benefits. Some of our faves:

Basil: This natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial is also a rich source of magnesium.
Cayenne: Believed to be a natural pain reliever this spicy pepper may reduce cholesterol.
Dill: Oils from this herb(at left) may help neutralize carcinogens.
Cilantro: It's a good source of disease-fighting phytonutrients.
Coriander seeds: They may help control blood sugar, cholesterol, and free radical production.
Rosemary: Contains fiber, iron, and calcium. It may also increase circulation and improve digestion.
Sage: Contains acids that function as antioxidants. And the term "wise sage" may have some truth—research suggests it may be a memory enhancer.
Thyme: Two teaspoons contain more than half your dietary reference intake (DRI) of vitamin K, and it protects cell membranes.
Turmeric: Good source of manganese, iron, and vitamin B6. It may also provide relief for arthritis.
Parsley: It contains vitamins K, C, and A, and hearty-healthy folate." (RBP herbs/spices)”

RBP toppings, herbs & spices, gourmet favorite pizzas, and salad dressings. Buono!

 

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