Nutritive value of foods purchased by dependent families: a study of grocery orders of 233 families on relief in Alameda county, California
Ruth Eliza Okey, Mary Gorringe Luck, University of California, Berkeley. Heller Committee for Research in Social Economics
University of California, 1934 - Health & Fitness - 30 pages
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233 families 55 per cent 63 grams adolescent boys adult male unit Alameda County apple butter approximately beans calories Carrots cent less Committee for Research consumption Content of Food corn flakes cost deficiency DEPENDENT FAMILIES Eggs equivalent adult male evaporated milk families contained families on relief Fats food allowances food orders food purchased fresh fruit fresh milk fruit and vegetables gram calcium grams protein grocery orders larger families Legumes mean milligrams iron minerals and vitamins nearly adequate nutritive requirements nutritive value Oleomargarine one-fourth peanut butter person per day poor buying pound of wheat pounds per family probably purchased per equivalent purchased per family Red Cross flour relief in Alameda Research in Social root vegetables Social Economics standard allowance three adults tomatoes two-weeks period unit per day units per equivalent University of California VALUE OF FOODS vitamin content vitamin G whole grain cereal whole wheat