Further Reading

Ashwell M (2001) Functional foods: a simple scheme for establishing the scientific basis for all claims. Public Health Nutrition 4(3): 859-862.

Bellisle F, Diplock AT, Hornstra G et al. (eds.) (1998) Functional food science in Europe. British Journal of Nutrition 80(sup-plement 1): S1-S193.

Clydesdale FM and Chan SH (eds.) (1995) First International Conference on East-West Perspectives on Functional Foods. Nutrition Reviews 54(11, part II): S1-S202.

Constantinou AI and Singletary KW (eds.) (2002) Controversies in functional foods. Pharmaceutical Biology 40(supplement): 5-74.

Diplock AT, Aggett PJ, Ashwell M et al. (eds.) (1999) Scientific Concepts of Functional Foods in Europe: Consensus Document. British Journal of Nutrition 81(supplement): S1-S27.

Farnworth ER (2003) Handbook of Fermented Functional Foods. USA: CRC Press.

Goldberg I (ed.) (1994) Functional Foods, Designer Food, Phar-mafoods, Nutraceuticals. New York: Chapman and Hall.

ILSI North America Technical Committee on Food Components for Health Promotion (1999). Food Component Report. Washington, DC: ILSI Press.

Knorr D (1999) Technology aspects related to microorganisms in functional food. Trends in Food Science and Technology. 9(8-9, Special Issue): 295-306.

Langseth L (1995) Oxidants, Antioxidants and Disease Prevention: ILSI Europe Concise Monograph Series. Washington, DC: ILSI Press.

Langseth L (1996) Nutritional Epidemiology: Possibilities and Limitations: ILSI Europe Concise Monograph Series. Washington, DC: ILSI Press.

Langseth L (1999) Nutrition and Immunity in Man: ILSI Europe Concise Monograph Series. Washington, DC: ILSI Press.

Meskin MS, Biidlack BI, Davies AJ, and Omaye ST (eds.) (2002) Phytochemicals in Nutrition and Health. USA: CRC Press.

Roberfroid MB (2000) Defining functional foods. In: Gibson G and Williams C (eds.) Functional Foods. Cambridge: Wood-head Publishing Ltd.

Truswell AS (1995) Dietary Fat: Some Aspects of Nutrition and Health and Product Development: ILSI Europe Concise Monograph Series. Washington, DC: ILSI Press.

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