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DIETA A RYZYKO NOWOTWORÓW – BŁONNIK I MELANOIDYNY JAKO FUNKCJONALNE SKŁADNIKI ŻYWNOŚCI
 
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Z Zakładu Biologii Medycznej Instytutu Medycyny Wsi im. W. Chodźki w Lublinie
 
MONZ 2009;15(4):556–565
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STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU:
W artykule omówiono rolę błonnika pokarmowego i melanoidyn, jako elementów codziennego pożywienia, które wywierają pozytywny wpływ na organizm człowieka, bezpośrednio bądź pośrednio modulując procesy karcenogenezy.

For many years cancerous diseases have constituted a serious problem, therefore new methods of their treatment and carcinogenesis prevention are constantly being searched for. It has been confirmed that the diet and its components may to a large extent affect cancer risk. The presented study discusses dietary fibre and melanoidins – the components of everyday diet, to which much attention has been devoted recently, due to their positive effect on human health by exerting direct or indirect influence on carcinogenic processes.
 
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