Best Reference Books – Food Toxicology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Food Toxicology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Food Toxicology along with reviews.

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1. “Foodborne Parasites (Food Microbiology and Food Safety)” by Ynes R Ortega

“Foodborne Parasites (Food Microbiology and Food Safety)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book examines the two major parasite groups that are transmitted via water or foods: the single-celled protozoa, and the helminths: cestodes (tapeworms), nematodes (roundworms), and trematodes (flukes). Each chapter covers the biology, mechanisms of pathogenesis, epidemiology, treatment, and inactivation of these parasites. This important new text offers a better understanding of the biology and control of parasitic infections necessary to reduce or eliminate future outbreaks in the U.S. and elsewhere.

2. “Food Toxicology” by William Helferich and Carl K Winter

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“Food Toxicology” Book Review:This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book explains that antioxidants may contribute to reductions in cancer risks and that chronic consumption of low levels of chemical carcinogens in our diet may contribute to an increased risk of developing specific types of cancers. It also explains why research also shows that in America today, the leading causes of death are cancer and heart disease. Finally, it explains how considering that diet plays a significant role in the development of both of these diseases, issues of food toxicology become particularly topical.

3. “Food Toxicology: Current Advances and Future Challenges” by Ashish Sachan and Suzanne Hendrich

“Food Toxicology: Current Advances and Future Challenges” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book covers a selection of important research in the multifaceted field of food toxicology. With more than seven billion people in the world today and counting, advances in food toxicology have a direct bearing on food safety issues that are of concern to all humanity for the foreseeable future. Massive globalization, industrialization, and commercialization have affected every aspect of food production, the food supply chain, and food consumption.

4. “Handbook of Food Toxicology (Food Science and Technology)” by S S Deshpande

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“Handbook of Food Toxicology (Food Science and Technology)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. The book discusses toxin sources, mechanisms, routes of exposure and absorption, and their chemical and biochemical components to prevent contamination of food products and reduce epidemics of foodborne disease. The book contains more than 3000 references to facilitate further research, as well as recent guidelines from the FDA and World Health Organization regarding food hygiene and safety.

5. “Advances in Microbial Food Safety: 1 (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition)” by Sofos J

“Advances in Microbial Food Safety: 1 (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. The book begins with an introductory chapter discussing food safety management systems from the past to the present day and looking to future directions. The book moves on to provide updates on specific pathogens including Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes and Bacillus species. New developments in the area are explored with chapters on emerging parasites in food, advances in separation and concentration of microorganisms from food samples, new approaches in microbial pathogen detection, and an update on novel methods for pathogen control in livestock preharvest.

6. “Food Toxicology” by Debasis Bagchi and Anand Swaroop

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“Food Toxicology” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book covers various aspects of food safety and toxicology, including the study of the nature, properties, effects, and detection of toxic substances in food and their disease manifestations in humans. It will also include other aspects of consumer product safety. The first two chapters discuss the measurement of toxicants and toxicity and the importance of dose-response in food toxicology. Additional chapters discuss the aspects of food associated carcinogenesis and food-derived chemical carcinogenesis, food allergy, pathogens associated with fruits and vegetables, and the detrimental effects of radionuclides exposure.

7. “Principles of Food Toxicology” by Tõnu Püssa

“Principles of Food Toxicology” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book integrates the general principles of toxicology with a systematic characterization of the most important food-borne toxicants. Ideal as a textbook in a food toxicology course, and also as a monograph dealing with principles of food toxicology as the whole, and, due to sufficiently increased number of references, a source of elaborated scientific information, the second edition has been significantly revised and updated with new theories, opinions, and methods. It also provides expanded coverage of entry and absorption of foreign substances, carcinogenicity, reproductive and developmental toxicology, multi-organ toxicity, and flavor enhancers.

8. “Food Borne Carcinogens: Heterocyclic Amines (Current Toxicology)” by Minako Nagao and Takashi Sugimura

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“Food Borne Carcinogens: Heterocyclic Amines (Current Toxicology)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book describes the latest research and offers an insight into new developments. The chapters also cover the most important heavy metal contaminants, namely mercury, lead and vanadium, and Fluoride toxicity, which is extensively discussed in its own chapter. Genetic polymorphisms in HCA metabolic enzymes and suspected individual differences in susceptibility to HCA carcinogenesis are also explained at the end.

9. “Introduction to Food Toxicology (Food Science and Technology)” by Takayuki Shibamoto and Leonard F Bjeldanes

“Introduction to Food Toxicology (Food Science and Technology)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book explores these developments while continuing to provide a core understanding of the basic principles of food toxicology. This book offers the global perspectives of scientists in important areas related to biomarkers and nanosensors in food toxicology, toxicology of nanomaterials, chemicals in sanitation and packaging, additives, mycotoxins, endocrine disruptors, radionuclides, toxic metals, and waste-burning residues in food. The book also emphasizes regulatory toxicology and includes an interesting example case study.

10. “Toxicants in Food Packaging and Household Plastics (Molecular and Integrative Toxicology)” by Suzanne M Snedeker

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“Toxicants in Food Packaging and Household Plastics (Molecular and Integrative Toxicology)” Book Review: This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing food and chemical engineering management. Food Management students, medicine students and professionals can also use this book. Teachers can also use this book. This book explains toxicants that can be released from food packaging materials and household plastics. Chapters include sources and levels of chemical exposure, known and suspected health effects and the identification of data gaps with recommendations for further research. Chapters on phthalates and brominated flame retardants discuss challenges that arise with the use of replacement chemicals. The health effect sections of chapters have drawn on a wide variety of toxicological endpoints and recommend approaches to better assess toxicological risks in vulnerable human populations.

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