As food­ies, we love pair­ing in­gre­di­ents to cre­ate de­li­cious fla­vor com­bi­na­tions. What if we told you that some of your fa­vorite pair­ings come with added ben­e­fits? It’s true. Cer­tain foods have a syn­er­gis­tic ef­fect when eaten to­gether—help­ing the key nu­tri

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The clas­sic com­bi­na­tion of toma­toes and olive oil is a sta­ple duo in the Mediter­ranean diet.the ly­copene in toma­toes is touted for its heart-healthy ben­e­fits and possesses an­tiox­i­dant prop­er­ties to help fight cell-dam­ag­ing free rad­i­cals. Re­searchers found that peo­ple who ate sev­eral serv­ings of tomato prod­ucts paired with olive oil upped their ly­copene lev­els by the end of a week.


While enzymes and pro­bi­otics are not food-based in­gre­di­ents, this pair­ing is es­sen­tial to en­sure a happy, healthy gut. En­zyme Pro­bi­otic Com­plex is an ad­vanced, dual-ac­tion for­mula that de­liv­ers multi-level di­ges­tive and nu­tri­ent ab­sorp­tion ben­e­fits in both the stom­ach (enzymes) and in­testi­nal tract (pro­bi­otics). Every­one’s di­ges­tive health con­cerns are dif­fer­ent. Now you can have the best of both worlds...enzymes AND pro­bi­otics in one con­ve­nient, veg­e­tar­ian for­mula.* Visit Amer­i­can­ to learn more.


Re­searchers have found that peo­ple who drank their cof­fee with su­gar were more pro­duc­tive than those who sipped solo. Not a cof­fee lover? Try a green or black tea with a touch of honey to in­crease your ef­fi­ciency!

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