Weisberg, Karen
January 2004
FoodService Director;1/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
Presents research studies on health conducted in the U.S. Details of a study conducted by Anne Bode, research association professor from the University of Minnesota's Hormel Institute in Austin, Minnesota, and colleagues on the effects of gingerol on human health; Results of a study from the University of California in Berkeley on the effects of lycopene on human body; Overview of a study conducted by Doctor Gene Spiller of the Nutrition and Health Research Center in Los Altos, California on the effects of strawberries on human health; Details of a study from Tufts University on the effects of antioxidant found in blueberries in preventing Alzheimer's disease.


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