Black Pepper and Health Claims: A Comprehensive Treatise

@article{Butt2013BlackPA,
  title={Black Pepper and Health Claims: A Comprehensive Treatise},
  author={M. S. Butt and I. Pasha and M. Sultan and M. Randhawa and F. Saeed and Waqas Ahmed},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={53},
  pages={875 - 886}
}
For millennia, spices have been an integral part of human diets and commerce. Recently, the widespread recognition of diet-health linkages bolsters their dietary importance. The bioactive components present in them are of considerable significance owing to their therapeutic potential against various ailments. They provide physiological benefits or prevent chronic ailment in addition to the fundamental nutrition and often included in the category of functional foods. Black pepper (Piper Nigrum L… Expand
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