Dean Duxbury

Food scientists have known the benefits of antioxidants in natural and formulated foods for a long time, but in these days of "healthy food diet" promotion, almost all consumers can also tell you the "health benefits" of antioxidants in foods they eat:Zachary Lilla, Research Chemist at Covance Laboratories, analyzes antioxidants and works to develop new methodology.

A diet high in antioxidants may reduce the risk of many diseases, including such cancers as stomach, prostate, colon, bladder, breast, pancreas, and lung. Flavonoids, such as catechins in green tea, contribute to low rates of heart disease. Lutein,…

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