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Skinless wonder

发布时间:2019-03-08 04:13:02来源:未知点击:

IF you cook with garlic in the hope that it will protect you against cancer, make sure you peel the cloves first. So say John Milner and Kun Song of Pennsylvania State University in University Park, who studied the effects of a chemical called DMBA. This binds to mammary cell DNA and causes breast tumours in rats, but binds less readily if the rats are fed garlic. But the researchers found that when rats ate garlic that had been roasted in its skin, there was no decrease in DMBA binding. However, peeling the garlic before roasting restored the anticancer activity,