The Nutrition Debate: Sorting Out Some Answers

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Joan Dye Gussow, Paul R. Thomas
Bull Publishing Company, 1986 - Medical - 411 pages
Discusses dietary allowances, health factors, food groups, vegetarianism, meat production, nutritional supplements, and food safety

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Joan Gussow is a highly acclaimed nutrition educator who has demonstrated that year-round eating from 1,000 square feet in a suburban riverfront village is possible, life-sustaining, and delicious. She is the author of This Organic Life, The Feeding Web, and Growing, Older: A Chronicle of Death, Life, and Vegetables, and is Mary Swartz Rose Professor Emerita and former chair of the Columbia University Teachers College Nutrition Department. She lives on the Hudson River in Piermont, New York.

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