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Page 50 - years of age are constipated give them more vegetables, ripe fruit, stewed prunes, oatmeal, molasses gingerbread, rye mush and molasses, rye bread and Graham bread. Avoid wheat bread and crackers.
Page 47 - milk. If possible, give two to four tablespoons of orange juice, or other fruit juice in season before morning lunch. Be sure the fruit is sound and ripe. Do not give fruit juice at same time as milk.
Page 46 - in the middle of the morning and another in the middle of the afternoon.
Page 50 - never give children wine, beer or cider. When children are constipated, do not dose them with medicines but consult a physician. If children over
Page 47 - What goes through is oatmeal jelly, and may be kept in a cool place. Make a fresh supply every day. Milk may be warmed to suit taste ; it should not be iced.
Page 49 - pudding, bread pudding, blanc mange, ice cream, rice pudding; oranges, baked apples, apple sauce, stewed prunes and pulp of peaches and pears if ripe and sound. FROM 3 TO 6
Page 49 - tablespoonfuls of stewed meat finely cut, tablespoonful of baked potato with butter and salt, a tablespoonful of green peas well mashed, bread and butter, a cup custard.
Page 47 - of cow's milk, saucer of oatmeal jelly, with milk or flour or Indian meal gruel, with milk, small piece of bread a day old with butter.