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* Peaches yield antioxidants and other phytochemicals that may inhibit tumor growth.* Fiber-rich oats lower the risk for a number of diseases, including diabetes, hypertension, cancer, and heart disease.
How can dessert be good for you? Easy―make it a part of your lifestyle by adding wholesome fruits, grains, and dairy. These tempting treats satisfy your sweet cravings and pack in powerful benefits. For a complete serving of fruit, enjoy warm Peach-Rhubarb Crisp; it has significantly less fat than you'd expect to find in such a delectable dish. With these fabulous recipes, you can have homemade comfort without the guilt.
"Healthy Foods: Luscious Desserts" is from the September 2007 issue of Southern Living.