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Are Raw Brassica Vegetables Healthier Than Cooked Ones? : A Randomized, Controlled Crossover Intervention Trial on the Health-Promoting Potential of Ethiopian Kale

Are Raw Brassica Vegetables Healthier Than Cooked Ones? : A Randomized, Controlled Crossover Intervention Trial on the Health-Promoting Potential of Ethiopian Kale

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SCHLOTZ, Nina, Grace A. ODONGO, Corinna HERZ, Hanna WASSMER, Carla KÜHN, Franziska S. HANSCHEN, Susanne NEUGART, Nadine BINDER, Benard NGWENE, Evelyn LAMY, 2018. Are Raw Brassica Vegetables Healthier Than Cooked Ones? : A Randomized, Controlled Crossover Intervention Trial on the Health-Promoting Potential of Ethiopian Kale. In: Nutrients. 10(11), 1622. eISSN 2072-6643. Available under: doi: 10.3390/nu10111622

@article{Schlotz2018-11-02Brass-45509, title={Are Raw Brassica Vegetables Healthier Than Cooked Ones? : A Randomized, Controlled Crossover Intervention Trial on the Health-Promoting Potential of Ethiopian Kale}, year={2018}, doi={10.3390/nu10111622}, number={11}, volume={10}, journal={Nutrients}, author={Schlotz, Nina and Odongo, Grace A. and Herz, Corinna and Waßmer, Hanna and Kühn, Carla and Hanschen, Franziska S. and Neugart, Susanne and Binder, Nadine and Ngwene, Benard and Lamy, Evelyn}, note={Article Number: 1622} }

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