S: http://www.studylands.com/study-abroad/subjects-en-302.htm (last access: 3 September 2014); http://www.nairaland.com/1254338/bromatology-field-study (last access: 3 September 2014).
N: 1. The study of food and diet. From Greek brōma, -atos + -LOGY.
2. Bromatology, food technology and toxicology are all specific, but closely related scientific fields regarding the effects of foods and chemicals. While bromatology examines the nutritional content, man-made additives and group characteristics of food and drink, food technology focuses on the processing, storage, packing and other systems involved with food production. Toxicology covers the types and effects of poisons or other harmful chemicals found in food, fluids or the environment.
3. Cultural Interrelation: “Let your food be medicine and your medicine be food” by Hippocrates.
S: 1. http://www.whatdoesthatmean.com/dictionary/B/bromatology.html (last access: 3 September 2014). 2. http://www.studylands.com/study-abroad/subjects-en-302.htm (last access: 3 September 2014). 3. http://www.greekmedicine.net/whos_who/Hippocrates.html (last access: 25 August 2015).
SYN: 1. food science. 2. food technology.
S: 1. GDT; NAVARRO p. 386. 2. NAVARRO p. 386
CR: food safety