Human Nutrition: Reprint of Part I of the Yearbook of Agriculture, 1939


Brown paper wraps, pp. 97-402; 1075 - 1142 of the Yearbook of Agriculture 1939 -- Part I dealing with human nutrition (the other part dealt with animal nutrition) along with the liturature cited in that part, a number of tables, figures, and photos. Some creasing and edge wear to wraps, a little soiling, text is clean and unmarked.

Twenty one articles on various aspects of human nutrition, including:
From tradition to science; Food functions and the relation of food to health; Food habits, old and new; Can food habits be changed?; Food fads, facts, and fancies; The white rat as a contributor to science.
Human food requirements; Protein requirements of man; Mineral needs of man; Vitamin needs of man.
Food composition; Vitamin content of foods; Present-day diets in the United States; Planning for good nutrition.
Micro-organisms in foods and food preservation; Enzymes in foods and food preservation.
United States meat inspection; Supervision and inspection of milk; Food grades and the consumer.
What the modern homemaker needs to know; Better nutrition as a national goal.; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall

Title: Human Nutrition: Reprint of Part I of the Yearbook of Agriculture, 1939

Author Name: Stanley, Louise; Booher, Leia; Coons, Callie Mae; Stiebeling, Hazel; Howe, Paul; Mitchell, Helen; Friedman, M. H.; Jones, D Breese; Sherman, Henry; Chatfield, Charlotte; Daniel, Esther; Goresline, Harry; Balls, A K; Kelly, Ernest; Farioletti, Marius et al

Categories: Reference, U. S. History,

Publisher: Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office: 1940

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 006067

Keywords: United States History Agriculture Agricultural Science Health And Nutrition Agriculture Methods Vitamin Content Of Food Food Enzymes Nutrition Requirements