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" FDA expert defined phytochemicals as "substances found in edible fruits and vegetables that may be ingested by humans daily in gram quantities, and that exhibit a potential for modulating human metabolism in a manner favorable for cancer prevention. "
Meals That Heal: A Nutraceutical Approach to Diet and Health - Page 1
by Lisa Turner - 1996 - 248 pages
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Functional Foods: Designer Foods, Pharmafoods, Nutraceuticals

Israel Goldberg - Technology & Engineering - 1994 - 571 pages
...phytochemicals. In a position paper regarding functional foods, a US Food and Drug Administration's expert has defined phytochemicals as “substances found in edible...metabolism in a manner favorable for cancer prevention” Uenkins 1993). For several reasons, I do not share this definition. Most phytochemicals that we will...
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Diet Fads, Careers and Controversies in Nutrition Journalism: How to ...

Anne Hart - Business & Economics - 2005 - 304 pages
...(thereby releasing that phosphorus for absorption by the animal). phytochemical— Phytochemicals are substances found in edible fruits and vegetables that...quantities and that exhibit a potential for modulating the human metabolism in a manner favorable for reducing risk of cancer. (see functional foods) placebo—...
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