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Recent Advances on the Nutritional Effects Associated with the Use of Garlic as a Supplement The Influence of Heating on the Anticancer Properties of Garlic 1

@inproceedings{Song2001RecentAO,
  title={Recent Advances on the Nutritional Effects Associated with the Use of Garlic as a Supplement The Influence of Heating on the Anticancer Properties of Garlic 1},
  author={Kun Song and John A. Milner},
  year={2001}
}
Allyl sulfur compounds are the major active constituents found in crushed garlic. Research has revealed that garlic and its lipidor water-soluble components have many pharmacologic properties; however, studies also demonstrate that heating has a negative influence on these beneficial effects. We recently conducted several studies to investigate the influence of microwave or oven heating on the anticarcinogenesis property of garlic. Our studies showed that as little as 60 s of microwave heating… 

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