Heart disease and certain cancers.

Dr Lagan presented the poster’Shelf Life Extension of cooked ham with a bio – cultural ‘at 1030 on Tuesday, September 2007 in plenary session of the the 161st Meeting of the Society for General Microbiology September at the University of Edinburgh, 2007.

If the commercial cured and then Lactobacillus treated meat was rated by an untrained panel of consumers as tastier, taste with a better structure and overall more acceptable than the same conventionally treated ham. Chemical studies have shown that the bacteria are treated ham was drier and slightly more acidic than the conventionally obtained version of the meat.Past studies have shown in that for the Mediterranean diet can to reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, hypertension , heart disease and certain cancers.