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- The healing heat of Ginger
- My first amazing experience with the healing power of Ginger was during a fasting week I assisted as a student. A bit nervous I applied slices of fresh cut Ginger on the lower back area of my teacher-naturopath, since she was suffering from back-ache since...
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- Phytochemical Screening and Antioxidant Activities of Some
- presence of phytochemicals and, their effect on 2,2-Diphenyl-1-picryl-hydrazyl radical (DPPH) was used to determine their free radical scavenging activity.
- Phytochemicals and Functional Foods: Super Foods for Optimal
- Phytochemicals and Functional Foods: Super Foods for Optimal Health.
- CRCnetBASE - Phytochemicals
- Phytochemicals. Citation Information. Phytochemicals.
- Dietary Supplements, Phytochemicals and Functional Foods - 1 One
- Dietary Supplements, Phytochemicals and Functional Foods - 1.
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- The Importance of Phytochemicals in Your Diet
- By Tanya Zuckerbrot Phytochemicals, are naturally found in plants and are responsible for providing color, flavor, and aroma to fruits and vegetables. They are biologically active and function to protect plants against invasion, disease, and infection.
- Colour-code your diet
- Eat a rainbow ... brightly-coloured fruit and vegies are rich in phytochemicals. Photo: Janie Barrett If eating well was as simple as ensuring your meals always looked vibrant and eye-catching, good nutrition would be easy, right?
- 5 Colors to Pile on Your Plate
- Eat your colors and harness the power of phytochemicals — organic compounds found in fruits and vegetables that endow them with their respective colors, each of which bestows unique nutritional benefits.
- Drink wine to protect against UV-induced sunburns?
- Some phytochemicals in grapes may be used in cosmetics to protect against skin cell damages induced by solar radiation or UV rays, a new study suggests.
- Preliminary study of the antioxidant properties of flowers and roots of
- The extracts of flowers and roots of P. venusta contain significant amounts of phytochemicals with antioxidative properties and could serve as inhibitors or scavengers of free radicals. P.
Suggested Web Resources
- Phytochemical - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Phytochemicals are chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants.
- Nov 28, 2008 The term "phytochemicals" refers to a wide variety of compounds produced by plants.
- Explains working mechanism of phytochemicals. What are phytochemicals? What plants contain phytochemicals?
- Phytochemicals - Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University
- Phytochemicals can be defined, in the strictest sense, as chemicals produced by plants.
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