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The price of this book may be an index of its low readership value, which to an internist or clinical nutritionist unfortunately is nil. This book is a collection of the scientific work, mainly by the author, on rats to test the toxic effects of very large doses of pure foods. It is presented in 21 chapters, each devoted to various food substances and categories. The toxicity of food adjuvants that occur naturally, such as caffeine, tannic acid, and atropine consumed as belladonna by herbivora, also rate one section. Here the toxicity of naturally occurring substances, such as some fungi,
Toxicity of Pure Foods.. Ann Intern Med. 1974;80:787. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-80-6-787_3
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