The Fundamental Basis of Nutrition
Truby King Collection QU 145 LY862 1914
New Haven: Yale University Press
One of Truby King’s assertions was that insanity was a consequence of inadequate diet and rearing; a good, balanced, wholesome diet would go a long way towards prevention and cure. He turned to experts like the American physiologist and nutritionist Graham Lusk (1866-1932), who worked hard at creating order in the science of nutrition. This book contains evidence of King’s reading: marginal marks, ticks, underscoring, word-replacements, and pencil lines that delete various passages. In instances King rewrites Lusk, no doubt with an eye to appropriating the text for his own lectures and publications.
Graham Lusk, “The Fundamental Basis of Nutrition,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed January 17, 2019, http://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/9532.
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