Phytochemicals

Biologically active compounds in our foods that can play a vital role in the body’s biochemistry in ways that affect our health. Phytochemicals are found in edible fruits, vegetables and other plant-derived foods that have health promoting properties in the body. Examples include lycopene in tomatoes, allylic sulphites in garlic, lignans in wheat and beta-glucan in oats.

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