Historical Archives and Applied Trophology Archives

Welcome to the Selene River Press Historical Archives, a remarkable collection of research and commentary from the earliest days of nutrition science. You’ll find over 400 thought-provoking articles and important out-of-print books here, each accompanied by a summary and available as a free PDF download. Search the articles by keyword at the top of this page, or browse the Archives by subject using our book browser below. You can even listen to selected articles thanks to the Selene River Press Historical Archives Audio Series. Happy hunting!

The Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research

Many of the articles in the SRP Historical Archives were originally published or reprinted in the 1940s and ’50s by the famous Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research. To learn more about the Lee Foundation, click here.

         

Search Historical Archives

Use the search box below to search the entire Selene River Press Historical and Applied Trophology Archives.

  • Historical Archive Search

Applied Trophology Volumes

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

    “Which Is First—The Disease or the Microorganism?” “Science Discovers Vitamin E,” and “Oxidative Diets, Cancer and Rancid Fats,” plus Items of Interest (Vitamin E in Infants), Tip of the Month (Cramps), Q&A, and High Points of Trace Minerals-B12, Antronex, Arginex, and Betaine Hydrochloride
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 2
    (February 1957)

    “Acidosis and Alkalosis,” “New Aid for Incurable Disease Told,” “Chlorophyll in Decubitus Ulcers,” “Choline Prevents Fatty Change and Cirrhosis in the Livers of Dogs,” “Lipid Content and Volume of Bile Secreted by Choline-Deficient Rats,” and “Potassium Deficiency in Bulbar Poliomyelitis,” plus Items of Interest (the Pancreas and Cholesterol), Tip of the Month (High Blood pH), and High Points of Cholacol, Bio-Dent, Cal-Amo, and Calcium Lactate
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 3
    (March 1957)

    “The Diabetic Syndrome,” plus Tip of the Month (Virus Infections and Vitamin E), Q&A, and High Points of A-C Carbamide, Cardiotrophin PMG, and Chlorophyll Complex
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 4
    (April 1957)

    “The Ideal Drinking Water,” “Vitamin B Complex in Diabetes,” and “What Do Patients Like About a Doctor?” plus Tip of the Month (X-ray Burn Treatment), Q&A, and High Points of Choline, Okra Pepsin E3, Disodium Phosphate, Inositol, Soybean Lecithin, and Prolamine Iodine
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 5
    (May 1957)

    “The Management of the Hypercholesterol Patient” and “Pharmacology and Physiology of Vitamin Action,” plus Book Review (The Pulse Test by Arthur F. Coca) and Tip of the Month (Menopausal Hot Flashes)
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 6
    (June 1957)

    “The Constipation Syndrome” and “Ike’s Doctor Declares U.S. ‘Most Unhealthy in the World,’” plus Tip of the Month (Waning Sex Drive) and High Points of Niacinamide B6
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 7
    (July 1957)

    “The Sedimentation Rate—Its Significance,” “Cardiovascular Diseases Treated with a Total Extract of Heart Muscle,” and “Heart Attack Deaths Increase Among Women,” plus Tip of the Month (Hot Weather), Q&A, and High Points of Cardiotrophin PMG
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 8
    (August 1957)

    “The Vitamin C Complex,” “Sugar, Sugar Everywhere,” “Balanced Diet Necessary,” “Vitamin C in Heart Failure” by William G. DeLamater, and “Americans: ‘Best Fed’ but ‘Poorly Nourished,’” plus Tip of the Month (Asiatic Influenza) and High Points of Catalyn
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 9
    (September 1957)

    “The Common Cold—Its Etiology and Treatment,” “Defeatism Hampers Multiple Sclerosis Fight,” “Auto Accidents Causing Whip Injury to Neck,” and “What Is the Professional Attitude?” plus Tip of the Month (Celery Root) and High Points of Potassium Bicarbonate and Pneumotrophin PMG
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 10
    (October 1957)

    “Housewives’ Eczema, Dentists’ Novocaine Dermatitis, Petroleum Dermatitis,” “Nutrition and Dietetics,” “Many Dyes in Foods Found Harmful,” and “Celery Wins over Candy,” plus News Items and Tip of the Month (Check pH)
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 11
    (November 1957)

    “Lead Poisoning in Benjamin Franklin’s Time,” “Lead Poisoning Described” (a letter by Benjamin Franklin), “Symposium on the Effects of Fluoride,” and “Successful Treatment for Bleeding Gingival Tissues,” plus Tip of the Month (Iodine Sensitivity)
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 12
    (December 1957)

    “Inositol (Vitamin B10), Potassium, and Phosphoric Acid,” “Influence of Vitamin E on Glucose Metabolism,” “Calcium,” and “New Fats in Diet May Be Cause of Heart Disease,” plus Tip of the Month (Potassium Deficiency) and High Points of Inositol
Volume 2
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 1
    (January 1958)

    “Natural Tissue Antibody, Aging, and Cancer” and “The Role of Nutrition in Dental Health” by Martin Barr, plus Tip of the Month (Mononucleosis) and High Points of Collinsonia Root
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 2
    (February 1958)

    “The Importance of Gastric Hydrochloric Acid,” “Intestinal Flora and Its Role in the Life of Man and the Higher Animals” by Paul Kouchakoff, “Solidarity in the Professions” by J.H. MacDermot, “Freedom from Caries,” and “Long Use of Some Drugs May Cause Body Damage,” plus Tip of the Month (Relief from Sore Throat) and High Points of Cholacol
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 3
    (March 1958)

    “Rheumatic Fever and Heart Disease,” “Quality Protein in Diet,” and “The Effect of Raw vs. Pasteurized Milk on Dental Caries in the Rat,” plus Tip of the Month (Epistaxis) and High Points of Cardiotrophin PMG
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 4
    (April 1958)

    “Histamine: The Toxic Factor in Colds and Allergy,” “Lead Poisoning, Histamine, and Lead in Medicine,” and “Practical Nutrition Improves Dental Health” by N.R. Chapin, plus Tip of the Month (Gut Healing and Beef Pituitary)
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 5
    (May 1958)

    “Guanidine, Vinegar, and Health,” “The Signs of Good Nutrition,” “The Organic Mineral Elements of Nutrition,” “Nutritional Disorders,” “Aged Lack Vitamin B,” “Diagnosis of Dental Disease,” and “Mental Adjustment to Physical Changes with Aging,” plus Tip of the Month (Corticotrophin and Thymex) and High Points of Thymex
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 6
    (June 1958)

    “Enzymes in Food—Their Importance,” “Formula for Longevity,” “Celiac Disease Often Allergy to Wheat,” and “Antibiotic Abuse,” plus Tip of the Month (Night Coughs in Children) and High Points of Orchex
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 7
    (July 1958)

    “Bone Disease, Bone Meal, and Amino Acids,” “Tranquilizers Bad for Children,” “New Evidence Humans Need Vitamin E,” “The Elastic Fibers of the Heart,” “What Early Man Discovered About Food,” and “The Need for a Good Diet,” plus Tip of the Month (Sunstroke, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak) and High Points of Antronex
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 8
    (August 1958)

    “Vitamin F and Virus Reactions,” “Deficiency Retards Detoxification,” “Human Poisoning by Insecticides Used on Tomatoes,” “Physicians Tell Summer Eating Rules,” “Rx Is Honey” by D.C. Jarvis, and “Pineal Gland Hormone Believed Demonstrated,” plus Tip of the Month (Head Noises) and High Points of Prolamine Iodine
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 9
    (September 1958)

    “Biochemical Chain Reactions,” “The Physician Knows Best! (Or Does He?)” “Dangers of Cortical Hormones,” and “Medicine,” plus Tip of the Month (Digestion) and High Points of Manganese B12
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 10
    (October 1958)

    “Intestinal Parasites and Their Control,” “Nutritional Deficiency as a Cause of Increased Parasitic Infestation in Humans,” “Human Infection with Giardia Lamblia” by B.H. Webster, “In Review” (Prenatal Nutrition), “The Medical Aspect of Fluoridation” by L. Waldbott, and “Nutrition, Life Tenure, and the Degenerative Diseases,” plus Tip of the Month (to Dentists) and High Points of Zymex II
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 11
    (November 1958)

    “The Common Etiology of Both Infectious and Degenerative Diseases” (Part I), “Salt Therapy for Toxemia of Pregnancy,” “Symptoms of Potassium Deficiency,” “The Ultimate Tranquilizer,” and “Importance of the Composition of Serum Proteins in the Aged,” plus Tip of the Month (Systemic Alkalosis) and High Points of Zypan
  • Applied Trophology, Vol. 2, No. 12
    (December 1958)

    “The Common Etiology of Both Infectious and Degenerative Diseases” (Part II), “A Reprint of Comment on Trichinosis,” and “Orthodoxy, Common Sense, and Scientific Method” by V.H. Sears, plus Tip of the Month (Pruritis Ani) and High Points of Gastrex
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Volume 9
Volume 10
Volume 11
Volume 12
Volume 14
Volume 15
Volume 21