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Tomatoes, however, are the richest source of lycopene, and cooked tomato products, such as tomato paste, spaghetti sauce and pizza sauce, provide much higher amounts of the phytonutrient compared with fresh tomatoes or tomato juice.
Spaghetti sauce also contains olive oil, an added benefit that makes this particular food product an extremely good choice as a source of lycopene. That's because the oil assists in the body's absorption of the nutrient.
Many studies have shown a correlation between a high consumption of tomato products and a decreased incidence of prostate cancer. A diet rich in lycopene derived from tomato-based products can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by approximately 40 percent. read more
A stenographer from the House of Representatives was forcibly removed from the floor Wednesday during the vote to end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt. read more
The only agenda that can save American doesn't stem from the donkey or the elephant, but the Lamb. Here's how we can stop praying for God to come down and start telling the church to rise up. read more
Joel Hunter says his suburban megachurch may have lost as many as 1,500 members, or 10 percent of its membership, as a result of his ecumenical and political activism. Is it worth the price? read more
Joseph Mattera explains five primary jurisdictions God has set up in society to help us understand politics and policy. Find out what they are. read more