Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 2
(February 1957)

Contents in this issue: Acidosis and Alkalosis New Aid for Incurable Disease Told Chlorophyll Ointment Heals Decubitus Ulcers Choline Prevents Fatty Change and Cirrhosis in the Livers of Dogs Subjected to Hypophysectomy and Thyroidectomy Lipid Content and Volume of Bile Secreted by Choline-Deficient Rats with Fatty Livers Items of Interest (The Pancreas and Cholesterol) Potassium […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 1
(January 1957)

Contents in this issue: Which Is First—The Disease or the Microorganism? Science Discovers Vitamin E Oxidative Diets, Cancer and Rancid Fats Items of Interest (Vitamin E in Infants) Tip of the Month (Cramps) Questions and Answers High Points of Standard Process Nutritional Adjuncts (Trace Minerals-B12, Antronex, Arginex, Betaine Hydrochloride) The following is a transcription of […]

Cost of Malnutrition

By Dr. Royal Lee

Summary: In this creative and forward-thinking commentary on preventive healthcare, Dr. Royal Lee discusses the ways in which proper nutrition saves businesses money by fostering employee health. Getting enough vitamin A complex, for instance, helps maintain the integrity of mucous membranes and thus prevents infection and lost man hours. Sufficient vitamin B complex keeps the nerves and heart functioning properly, while adequate vitamin C complex promotes stamina by optimizing the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. A proper amount of vitamin D complex prevents cramps, irritability, and bone-calcium loss, and so on. From Let’s Live magazine, 1958.