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The prompt acceptance and repeated editions of this book made desirable a new edition, which had long been planned by Dr. Milton Arlanden Bridges before his untimely death. Under the leadership of Marjorie R. Mattice, this edition has been completed. Chiefly apparent is the substitution of typical diets for the sample menus previously used. These were prepared by Dorothy M. Stephens, chief dietitian of the New York Post-Graduate Hospital. Naturally the section on vitamins has had extensive revision. Much new tabular data and other information have been added. The vitamins are represented by data as late as the end of October 1940. Many collaborators have revised their material and brought it up to date. The book is well organized and most informative; in fact, one of the most useful textbooks on dietetics now available.
Dietetics for the Clinician. JAMA. 1941;117(12):1055. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820380077036
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