Antimutagenic effect of various honeys and sugars against Trp-p-1.

@article{Wang2002AntimutagenicEO,
  title={Antimutagenic effect of various honeys and sugars against Trp-p-1.},
  author={X Wang and Lia M. Andrae and Nicki Jene Engeseth},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={50 23},
  pages={
          6923-8
        }
}
Honey has been used since ancient times as a flavorful sweetener and for its therapeutic and medicinal effects. Consumers' demand for natural, healthy products has driven renewed interest in honey's health benefits. The commonly encountered food mutagen, Trp-p-1, has been demonstrated to be mutagenic in bacteria and carcinogenic in animals. Chemically, honey is quite complex. Honey is comprised primarily of sugars; however, it contains many other potentially biologically active components, such… CONTINUE READING
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