Muscle, Brain and Diet: A Plea for Simpler Foods, 1905

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 380 pages
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1905. Mr. Miles' object in this book is to suggest what he considers to be, for himself and therefore perhaps for many others, simpler and cheaper foods for health, brain work and exercise. He was led to publish his experiences because of the astonishing ignorance about everything to do with food on the part of nearly all those with whom he discussed the subject. Contents: good health; my personal experiences as evidence; ordinary food: their advantages and disadvantages; simpler and cheaper foods described; advantages of the simpler foods; difficulties admitted, and objections answered; how to adopt the simpler foods, with warnings and suggestions of general reforms; new ideas, and summary; table of food values.

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