Mental and Elemental Nutrients: A Physician's Guide to Nutrition and Health Care
A pioneer in the field of biological psychiatry details the functions of essential nutrients, warns of the dangers of food additives, and explains nutritional therapies for numerous disorders.
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ignorance in abundance Med World News p 6 5 Jan
Brewer T Total blackout on role of malnutrition Medicine 24 October 1973
Pyramid Publications 1974
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