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|Contributions||National Research Council (U.S.). Food Protection Committee.|
|LC Classifications||TX531 .T6 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 624 p.|
|Number of Pages||624|
|LC Control Number||73008968|
According to the National Academy of Sciences, from their book Toxicants Occurring Naturally in Foods, “If one’s diet contains a reasonable diversity of foods and no extraordinary amount of any specific food, then no single chemical is likely to be consumed in (a) toxic amount.”. Handbook of Naturally Occurring Food Toxicants book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the last decade an increased concern has Author: Miloslav Rechcigl.
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Natural Toxicants in Food covers areas of current interest related to naturally occurring toxicants found in food that are generated by a variety of sources, including, plants, bacteria, algae, fungi, and animals. Offering broad coverage of the topic, this book addresses such areas as:Format: Hardcover. Naturally occurring chemicals present in our food supply can be classified into the following five categories: constitutive naturally occurring substances, derived naturally occurring substances, acquired naturally occurring substances, pass-through naturally occurring substances, and added naturally occurring substances. These are defined in Chapter 1.
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Toxicants Occurring Naturally in gton, DC: The National. Toxicants occurring naturally in foods. Washington, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, (OCoLC) Online version: Toxicants occurring naturally in foods. Washington, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Research.
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The subject matter in this report has been organized on the basis of the. Natural Toxicants in Food covers areas of current interest related to naturally occurring toxicants found in food that are generated by a variety of sources, including, plants, bacteria, algae, fungi, and animals.
Offering broad coverage of the topic, this book addresses such areas as. In contrast, much less attention has been paid to the potentially harmful substances that may occur in foodstuffs naturally. The purpose of this Handbook is to sensitize the reader to this problem and to provide a systematic overview of the most important naturally occurring food toxicants.
Mycotoxins are naturally occurring toxic compounds produced by certain types of moulds. Moulds that can produce mycotoxins grow on numerous foodstuffs such as cereals, dried fruits, nuts and spices.
Mould growth can occur before harvest or after harvest, during storage, on/in the food itself often under warm, damp and humid conditions. Many naturally occurring, potentially hazardous chemicals exist in foods. Ingestion of these toxicants does not always cause illness, but intoxications can result under certain circumstances of exposure as indicated in Table Chronic illnesses, such as cancer, are difficult to correlate with foods or specific foodborne toxicants, since many confounding variables can affect the onset and.
Suggested Citation:"Index."National Research Council. Toxicants Occurring Naturally in gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Importantly, it is considered that dietary exposure to these naturally occurring non-nutrient chemicals can greatly exceed exposures to any types of man-made chemicals occurring in food (Mattsson,Paustenbach and Galbraith, ).
Since some of these natural chemicals have been shown to induce severe toxicity, the questions of their. Food toxicology studies how natural or synthetic poisons and toxicants in diverse food products cause harmful, detrimental, or adverse side effects in living organisms. Food toxicology is an important consideration as food supply chain is becoming more multinational in origin, and any contamination or toxic manifestation may cause serious, wide-spread adverse health effects.
Food. Naturally Occurring Toxicants of Plant Origin. In book: Food Safety Management, pp stances occurring naturally in food plants. In addition, it brings some insights on how such. Handbook of Naturally Occurring Food Toxicants.
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 February Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Toxicants occurring naturally in foods. Washington, National Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) natural sources of toxicants in foods All chemicals, whether synthetic or naturally occurring, exhibit toxicity at some level of exposure.
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Toxic Effects and Food Poisoning. Natural toxins in food can cause both acute and chronic health effects with a range of clinical symptoms. Acute symptoms range from mild gastrointestinal upset, neurological symptoms, respiratory paralysis to fatality.
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Naturally occurring toxicants in food. [R Burt; W H B Denner; Great Britain. Steering Group on Chemical Aspects of Food Surveillance.; Great Britain. Working Party on Naturally Occurring Toxicants in Food.; Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.].
Liener I.E. () Naturally Occurring Toxicants in Foods and Their Significance in the Human Diet. In: Chambers C.M., Chambers P.L., Gitter S. (eds) Toxicology in the Use, Misuse, and Abuse of Food, Drugs, and Chemicals. Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised recommendations.Toxicants produced by various microorganisms which induce intensive diarrhea, and the carcinogenic effect of certain mycotoxins are examples of more potent factors occurring in natural foods that have been contaminated in one or another way.
The most potent toxicants of all are reported to occur as normal constituents in some mushrooms.The importance of some naturally-occurring toxicants present in the food and their possible hazards are summarized as follows.
Oestrogens Compounds which possess oestrogenic activity are widely distributed in plants including some consumed by man, such as carrots, soya beans and potatoes.