A New Super-Antioxidant Food
With all the talk of antioxidants these days, and which fruits and vegetables are jam-packed with these age-defyers, its no surprise that women (and men) are stocking up on bright blueberries, leafy lettuces and ripe, red tomatoes. And just when you thought you conquered the basics of Produce 101, a new super-antioxidant food comes along. Enter the Dulcinea Rosso Bruno Tomato, a vine-ripened, full-flavored tomato that changes in color from brown to green to red as it ripens. These hyper-color tomatoes, like all traditional tomatoes, are naturally low in calories, fat, cholesterol and sodium and are a good source of antioxidants, vitamins A & C and lycopene. However, Rosso Bruno tomatoes are higher in vitamin A and fiber than the standard red tomato, packing 45 percent of your daily value (DV) of vitamin A versus 15-20 percent, and two grams of fiber compared with one gram, as found in regular tomatoes. Learn more at www.dulcinea.com.