Milwaukee, WI: Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research, 1943.
Octavo, 119 pages. Later printing. "This book was written because 999 out of every 1000 people lack proper nutrition." The author, one of American's foremost authorities on deficiency diseases, clarifies what our dietary needs are and how to satisfy them, why we need vitamins and minerals, and what can be done about widespread deficiency diseases. Medical studies cited throughout, including reference to studies exploring non-Western diets, including Japanese and Native American. Good copy in slightly worn dust jacket with small tear.