Reviews in Food and Nutrition ToxicityAuthor:
Publisher: CRC Press
Publish date: August 2003
Assembles the latest research on current issues in food safety and food technology Includes contributions from the fields of medicine, public health, and environmental science Covers a wide range of food and nutritional topics Foot and mouth disease, CJD, GM, and fears about modern methods of food production have put food safety in the spotlight. In addition, the food industry is increasingly reliant upon technological innovation, requiring anyone connected with food safety to keep abreast of the key issues and advances. Reviews in Food and Nutrition Toxicity, Volume 1 brings together dozens of reviews, providing a clear understanding of the most current issues involved in food and nutrition toxicity. This important new series distills a broad range of research on food safety and food technology into one annual volume. Contributors from the fields of medicine, public health, and environmental science discuss the toxicity of herbal beverages, the use of phytoestrogens in the prevention of hormonal cancers, allergens in food, dietary phosphorus as a nutritional toxin, and more. Each chapter focuses on a particular subject, presenting the latest scientific data and detailed information. This timely compilation sheds light on the most important issues in food safety today. It is a valuable resource for anyone involved in the food industry or academics researching food science and food technology.