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The true low sodium content of beer is indicated. Analysis of 25 representative samples of beer reveals an average sodium content of 6.95 mg./100 Gm. This may be compared to drinking water containing 10 mg./100 cc. used in the "low salt" diet. The study of the urinary excretion of sodium in four...
In large amounts, peanut residue meal produces lesions of a rapid fatty degeneration of the liver; soya meal causes a similar process, although a slower one, which leads eventually to the development of a classic annular cirhosis; sunflower seed meal leads only to modifications of the...
Based on an intensive review of published observations on protein intake in the presence of a reduced caloric intake, certain conclusions seem clear. For young, essentially normal active men, when no protein is fed the protein deficit (negative nitrogen balance) can be maximally reduced by...
A low protein, but calorically unrestricted, diet was used to treat 42 overweight patients. The immediate results were encouraging: 32 subjects lost 100 or more grams per day, and continued to feel well. After they were discharged, however, a majority of patients returned to their previous ways...
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