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The needs of three distinct groups, students of dietetics, medical students, and practitioners, were kept in mind as this textbook was being written. Certain difficulties are inherent in the attempt to present the subject matter of use to each of these groups without becoming tiresome to the others. Yet the authors seem to have succeeded to an unusual degree. The first four chapters give a brief but interesting historical outline, a survey of the nature of foods, of dietetic principles, and of the theory of digestion. The latter half of the book is concerned with clinical applications of dietetic principles.
Clinical Dietetics: A Textbook for Physicians, Students and Dietitians.. Ann Intern Med. 1932;5:946. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-7-946_1
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