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The American Journal of Digestive Diseases

, Volume 10, Issue 11, pp 425–427 | Cite as

For better nutrition

  • Alice R. Bernheim
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Summary

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    In our experience information concerning proper diet was insufficient appreciably to improve the level of nutrition among clinic patients. In addition, definite instructions concerning what food to eat and at what times to eat were necessary to achieve this result.

     
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    It is suggested that a definite dietary regimen be prescribed in the present campaign to better the national nutrition in addition to the general information now being disseminated by the Food and Nutrition Board of the National Research Council.

     
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    It is also suggested that considerable aid may be obtained by the use of medical out-patient departments of hospitals throughout the land as propagators of proper instructions concerning diet for patients and their families.

     

Keywords

Peripheral Vascular Disease Dietary Standard Frequent Feeding Proper Instruction Optimum Diet 
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References

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    AAAS Bull., 1:5, Mar. 1942.Google Scholar
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    Carlson, A. J., How Bad Is The American Diet? West. J. Surg., Obs. & Gyn. 50:483, Oct. 1942.Google Scholar
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    Sherman, H. C., Some Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Nutrition. J.A.M.A. 97:1125, Nov. 14, 1931.Google Scholar
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    Booher, L. E., Adequate Nutrition for the Industrial Worker. J.A.M.A. 114:548, Feb. 17, 1940.Google Scholar

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© Springer 1943

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alice R. Bernheim
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  1. 1.The Department of SurgeryNew York Hospital and Cornell University Medical CollegeNEW YORK

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