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The underlying principle of this book is certainly excellent. The author attempts to give a collection of diets with flexible menus which can be used under varying social or economic conditions. The complementary sheets, which are furnished to physicians, make it possible for a more intelligent dieting than has frequently been used in the past. The book, frankly, is a collection from various authors. It has the value of avoiding fads and fancies and on the whole is a practical useful volume.
Diet Prescriptions. JAMA. 1932;99(25):2139. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740770069040
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