Browse Dept. of Food Science and Human Nutrition by Subject "Phytofluene"
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(2011-08-26)Tomato consumption has been correlated with decreased risks of chronic diseases like prostate cancer and cardiovascular disease. Among many nutrients and phytochemicals in fresh tomatoes and tomato products, carotenoids ...
Production and utilization of phytoene, phytofluene, and lycopene tracers for bioavailability and biodistribution studies (2011-01-21)Tomato product consumption is epidemiologically associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease as well as several cancers, and is most strongly associated with decreased prostate cancer risk. Tomatoes contain ...