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This is a useful and encouraging book of recipes and directions for preparing foods for patients with peptic ulcers and those who have other gastrointestinal disturbances requiring a bland and nonirritating diet. Aside from its thoroughly scientific character and complete reliability, it possesses a virtue by no means common in dietetic cookbooks; namely, it places emphasis on the attractiveness of the diet.
Good Food and Bad Stomachs: 500 Delicious and Nutritional Recipes for Sufferers from Ulcers and Other Digestive Disturbances. JAMA. 1952;149(12):1171. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.02930290093040