4 Recipes Packed with Anti-Aging Benefits
These dishes can help with bone health, wrinkles and other issues we all face as we get older.
The Cancer-Fighting Summer Supper
With just five ingredients (plus oil), it's easy to put this stuffed tomato dish into your regular dinner rotation—especially when tomatoes are in season. You fill hollowed-out tomatoes with sautéed sausage, corn and the chopped insides of the tomatoes; along with baguette cubes and shredded mozzarella. Then, just bake and enjoy. The tomatoes are high in lycopene, an antioxidant that can combat free radicals (molecules or ions that can damage healthy cells and suppress your immune system), and has been linked to a reduced risk for some cancers—and, as you may know, advancing age is the most important risk factor for cancer overall, according to the National Cancer Institute.
Get the recipe: Stuffed Tomatoes with Sausage