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In the introduction to his book the author states that "this work constitutes the first systematic attempt to apply the modern knowledge of nutrition to individuals who suffer from repeated colds and sinus infections." The attempt has not been wholly successful. The editor, it is true, rather than the author (whose training seems to have been chiefly in Vienna), must be responsible for the retention of foreign expressions, and the German phraseology transferred bodily into English. For example, phosphorus is "phosphor," lecithin is "lezithin," and chlorine is "chlor"; the adjectives "animalic" and "vegetabilic" occur throughout, and food is continually being
Diet in Sinus Infections and Colds.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;7:680–681. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-5-680_2
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