Food synergy refers to the interaction of two or more components within a food or of two or more whole foods working together such that the potential health benefit is greater than the effect of the single component or food. Food-Drug Synergy and Safety addresses the topic of food and food-drug synergy among various groups of diseases and conditions. It discusses the healthful combinations of food components and food-drug combinations. Organized by disease groups for easy reference in a clinical setting, the chapters follow a consistent framework and address food synergy and potential health benefits, food-drug synergy, and safety aspects.
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Medical Nursing & Ancillary Services
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CRC Press Inc
29 black & white illustrations, 28 black & white tables, 29 black & white halftones