Vitamin History, the Early Years

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Vitamin History, the Early Years

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Rating : 4.81 (562 Votes)
Asin : 1622872665
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 290 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-04-11
Language : English

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Lee McDowell is a nutritional professor at the University of Florida. McDowell is well known having made 271 different country visits since 1971. He has given over 500 major talks in 42 different countries. What were later to be known as vitamin-deficiency diseases, such as scurvy, beriberi, night blindness, xeropthalmia, pellagra, pernicious anemia and rickets, had plagued the world since the existence of written records. Author Bio: The author of the book, Dr. Likewise, the book contains levity by illustrating humorous situations on causes and cures of these diseases. keywords: Vitamins, History, Beriberi, Night Blindness, Xeropthalmia, Scurvy, Rickets, Pellagra. In nutrition research he has published over 1500 scientific articles and has written 7 books. The book contains pictures of very serious consequences and magnitude of vitamin deficiency diseases. Dr McDowell is a "Fellow" of two Inte

I enjoyed the historical background regarding the path the various vitamins The information in the book came from a class that is taught in college. I enjoyed the historical background regarding the path the various vitamins have taken from their first discovery to when they were actually synthesized for general use. I think we often take for granted what we grow up with as a normal part of our lives and I remember hearing about taking vitamins my whole lif

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