The Lollo salad owes its name to the famous Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, it was created in 1960 in the northern Italy, with the actress' nickname which at that time was considered the most beautiful woman in the world. The fancy leaves are tender like those of the lettuce, but curled. In fact, some argue that the tribute was dedicated to the actress's curly hair. It comes in two varieties: blond and red. The tufts are light bright green or scarlet red, low and semi-spherical shape. It is low in calories, it contains only 15 calories per 100 grams. It is indicated for diets. Having a good fiber content and minerals helps the digestive tract.