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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2010
LLNL researchers Graham Bench (on this video clip) and Ken Turteltaub found that giving someone a small dose of chlorophyll or chlorophyllin — found in green leafy vegetables such as spinach, broccoli and kale — could reverse the effects of aflatoxin poisoning. Aflatoxin is a potent, naturally occurring carcinogenic mycotoxin that is associated with the growth of two types of mold: Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. Food and food crops most prone to aflatoxin contamination include corn and corn products, cottonseed, peanuts and peanut products, tree nuts and milk. More information at: https://publicaffairs.llnl.gov/news/n...