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This useful book reviews and analyzes the rigorous scientific, regulatory, and clinical testing and evaluation applied to the widely used food additive aspartame. In one compact volume you gain access to extensive information illustrating the increased recognition by regulatory agencies of the usefulness of human studies in evaluating new food additives. The Clinical Evaluation of a Food Additive: Assessment of Aspartame begins by describing the nuts and bolts of food additive safety evaluation in humans, including an insightful historical perspective of the development of good clinical practice guidelines. It provides the regulatory requirements for human research, as well as key elements for the design and conduct of human studies. The scientific and regulatory considerations of food additive safety are explored, including interesting descriptions of aspartame's key animal safety studies. In addition, the book reviews the medical postmarketing surveillance system developed for identifying and evaluating reports of aspartame's alleged adverse health effects. Through meticulous research and systematic clarity, The Clinical Evaluation of a Food Additive: Assessment of Aspartame provides work-saving, state-of-the-art examples to guide future testing and evaluation of tomorrow's food additives.
This volume focuses on the dynamical behaviour of low-molecular additives in solid polymer matrixes. It covers: types and models of molecular motion in condensed media; dependence of motional frequency on particle structure and size, temperature, volume and stress; and polymer properties and polymeric structures. Extensive analysis of common regularities of rotational and translational dynamics of molecules introduced into polymers are given. The book also includes experimental techniques for molecular mobility evaluation, and features detailed data on rotational dynamics of additives. It should be of interest to specialists in various fields of polymer physical chemistry and materials science.
The essential information about what's in your food, what additives you should avoid and over 120 delicious recipes to help you achieve this.
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