|business area:||Food Service and Phytochemicals oriented heart healthy food|
|address:||8988 Washington St.,Thornton,CO 80229|
History of Sal's Pizzeria
In 2005, Sal's pizzeria started a new organization that serve and deliver high quality pizzas,calzones, and "heart healthy food" for the health of our neighberhood.
Starting with our special whole healthy crust, whole healthy specialty pizzas and delicious calzones have been made with our special homemade distinctive sauce,highest quality ingredients, and all natural cheese. Special "whole healthy crust" have been applied to specialty pizzas,calzones,submarine sandwiches,breads,and sticks.
|Sal's Pizzeria History
1981 Sal's pizzeria was founded.
2005 H&S,Incorporation launched.
2010 Special whole healthy crust has been developed.
2015 Recycling organic vegetable garden has been developed.
2016 Stuffed whole healthy pizzas have been developed.
2017 Phytochemicals oriented health food have been served.
| What is Phytochemicals ?
Phytochemicals, also referred to as phytonutrients, are found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, beans, herbs, spices, nuts, and seeds and are classified according to their chemical structures and functional properties. Naturally occurring compounds, known as phytochemicals are thought to be largely responsible for the protective health benefits of these plant-based foods and beverages, beyond those conferred by their vitamin and mineral contents. According to information from the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), phytochemicals may act as antioxidants, protect and regenerate essential nutrients, and/or work to deactivate cancer-causing substances. One of the principle recommendations from the 2010 Dietary Guidelines is to eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains by having fruits and vegetables represent one-half of the food on Americans’ plates and making whole grains account for one-half of the recommended six or more daily servings of grains. That recommendation was developed based on several population studies suggesting diets rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains may offer some degree of protection against cancer, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and neurodegeneration.