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Sun Dried Tomatoes with Olive Oil
Want to make life deliciously easy? Try these Sun Dried Tomatoes in Virgin Olive Oil, ideal for salads, sandwiches, or cooking. Every package comes with a delicious recipe!
2. Men who eat two or more servings of tomato products average a 35 percent reduction in prostate cancer risk.
3. The best food sources of lypocene according to the Tomato Research Council in New York City: (Amount of lypocene in one ounce) Tomato Sauce, Spaghetti Sauce, Ketchup (5 mg); Tomato Soup, Canned Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Vegetable Juice (3 mg); Minestrone Soup, Vegetable Soup, Pink Grapefruit (1 mg).
4. Tomatoes are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium and Potassium.
5. Lycopene occurs in only a few foods besides tomatoes and since you absorb more lycopene when you eat a little fat with your tomato some olive oil or cheese isn't such a bad thing after all.
6. A good source of vitamin C, especially fresh tomatoes. Latest news: yes, tomatoes offer vitamin C, and a lot else besides. It turns out that they are rich in important carotenoids, including lycopene---a relative of the more celebrated beta carotene. Lycopene appears to help prevent prostate cancer.
7. Should Women Eat Lycopene Products Too? Doctors and scientists now encourage men to eat a lot of tomato products because they are rich in lycopene, which seems to lower the risk of prostate cancer. But can lycopene help prevent cancer in women, too? A few studies have found that in postmenopausal women, high blood levels of lycopene are associated with a lower risk of breast cancer. But at this point nobody can say that eating tomatoes will reduce your risk. More than one study has found that women who consume the most lycopene are less likely to have precancerous cervical cells. Despite the unknowns, women should treat themselves to lycopene-rich foods?particularly tomato products.
8. If you suffer from skin disease, a tomato a day may keep the doctor away, as tomatine, tomato's principle alkaloid, concentrated in its branchy leaves and green fruit, heals certain fungous diseases of the skin.
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julia, tampa, fl March 8, 2013
“once again, happy happy, happy, keep up the good work!”
Michelle, Bourbonnais, IL December 19, 2012
“My order came today and I was so excited I had to try everything. I really like the vegetable chips and the dried kale. I had the dried tomatoes in oil this evening with my spinach salad. So far I'm on a health kick.
I'll be back!”
Lois, IL May 24, 2012
“These sun dried tomatoes are the best that I have ever had, thank you SO MUCH for stocking them! These are tender, packed with flavor, and lightly oiled (100% olive oil is hard to find). A great value too!”
MOLLIE, Marlton, NJ August 4, 2011
“I'm very happy. you guys are now my supermarket. It came faster than i expected and I love everything. Everything is so fresh and yummy and good.good.GOOD!!!!!!”
Carol, Texas June 29, 2011
“This product absolutely makes my pasta dishes.
Actually anything I put it in adds so much
juanita, VA June 16, 2011
“First order, great service and shipping. Wonderful products. Will reorder again and again. So glad to find this site. Keep up the good work and products. Will recommend to my family and friends.”
bonnie, ormond beach, florida May 31, 2013
Serving Size 15g (~0.5 oz.)
(Approx. 30.3 Servings/Pound)
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Tomatoes, salt, virgin olive oil, sulfur dioxide, natural flavors
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Country of Origin: Turkey