Comprehensive and international in content, Dietary anticarcinogens and antimutagens: Chemical and biological aspects includes topics as diverse as the health benefits of tea, wine and beer, through the prevention of various cancers, to the development of effective communication for healthy eating. The book is organised in to sections covering: epidemiology of diet and cancer; mechanisms of DNA damage and repair; the body's various protective mechanisms; and experimental approaches to the study of diet and cancer, with particular emphasis on humans as subjects.
|Publication date:||28th September 2000|
|Author:||I. T. Johnson, G. R. Fenwick|
|Publisher:||Woodhead Publishing Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology|