Indian food ingredients and cancer prevention - an experimental evaluation of anticarcinogenic effects of garlic in rat colon.

@article{Sengupta2004IndianFI,
  title={Indian food ingredients and cancer prevention - an experimental evaluation of anticarcinogenic effects of garlic in rat colon.},
  author={Archana Sengupta and Samit Ghosh and Shamee Bhattacharjee and Sukta Das},
  journal={Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP},
  year={2004},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={126-32}
}
The major food items of Indian cuisine include rice, wheat, diary products, and abundant fruits and vegetables. Beside these, there are several kinds of herbs and spices as important ingredients, containing many phytochemicals with medicinal properties, adding taste to Indian cuisine. An impressive body of data exists in support of the concept that Indian food ingredients can be used in preventive strategies aimed at reducing the incidence and mortality of different types of cancers because of… CONTINUE READING
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