The Tomato Lover's Tomato!™
In addition to a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity there’s something about Campari’s smallish size that seems just right.
Ask any Foodie and they will tell you this multi-talented European rocks the kitchen all year long.
- Campari® was introduced in 1995.
- Campari® tomatoes contain lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that gives tomatoes and other food their red color.
- Some studies show that people who have diets rich in lycopene have a lower risk of developing some cancers.
- Eating lycopene rich foods with a small amount of oil or fat increases the amount of lycopene absorbed.
- The American Cancer Society's most recent nutrition guidelines recommend eating a balanced diet with an emphasis on plant sources, which includes 5 or more servings of vegetables and fruit each day.
- Campari® tomatoes are low in calories and high in vitamins C, A and K.
Breast Cancer in Men
Because breast cancer is much more common in women, many men do not realize they can develop this disease. This can delay diagnosis and as a result, some cancers are not found until they have progressed to a later stage. However, when cancer is found at the same stage among men and women, the survival rates are similar.
Because the male breast is much smaller than the female breast, it is more likely the disease will spread to the chest wall. For this reason, it is important to find the cancer early for successful treatment. See your doctor right away if you have any lumps or changes in your chest area.