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Authored by Young Ju, associate professor, Virginia Tech Department of Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise

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Allium vegetables include garlic, onion, leek, chive and shallot etc. For centuries, raw, cooked, and dried allium vegetables have been used as a food ingredient and a medicinal component. In this webinar, we will review potential anti-colorectal cancer of allium vegetables.

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Publication Date

October 1, 2019