Happy Hunting at the Selene River Press Historical Archives

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Feed your brain with the SRP Historical Archives, a FREE database of articles from the earliest days of nutrition research.

If you haven’t discovered the Selene River Press Historical Archives, you’re in for an eye-opening education. Here you’ll find a remarkable collection of research and commentary from the earliest days of nutrition science.

There are over 300 thought-provoking articles in the SRP Archives, each accompanied by a summary and available as a free PDF download. Archive articles feature a broad range of insights from the earliest nutrition visionaries, including Dr. Royal Lee, Dr. Weston A. Price, Dr. Francis Pottenger, Sir Robert McCarrison, Dr. Harvey Wiley, and more.

Many of the articles in the SRP Archives were originally published or reprinted in the 1940s and ’50s by the famous Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research. In 1941, Dr. Royal Lee created the Lee Foundation, a non-profit distributorship of nutrition research and commentary that would soon become the largest clearinghouse of such information in the world. As part of the SRP Archives, we include over 200 articles from the original Lee Foundation collection, each identified by an image of the foundation’s famous entrance.

On the Archives home page, you can search the articles by keyword in the search box, browse by subject using the book browser, or view all articles in a complete list. You can even listen to selected articles thanks to the Selene River Press Historical Archives Audio Series. You will be amazed, incensed, and empowered by what you find. Happy hunting!

Samantha Prust

Samantha Prust is Senior Editor and Administrative Assistant for Selene River Press.

Related Topics

Dr. Royal Lee | food politics | whole food nutrition

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