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World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Volume 10.. Edited by BOURNE GEOFFREY H.. . 317 pages. S. Karger; , Basel (Switzerland) and New York: . 1969.. Distribution in U.S. through Albert J. Phiebig., P.O. Box 352, White Plains, N. Y. 10602: . Price, $19.20.


Ann Intern Med. 1969;71(4):884-885. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-71-4-884_2
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Readers of the Annals of Internal Medicine, largely internists, will be struck with the paucity of input by the clinician into this excellent volume. Nutrition has largely been appropriated by disciplines other than clinical medicine, for reasons that are not hard to find. Nutrition has become just as complex as the "strictly" medical sciences. It is hardly realistic to expect the clinical investigator in a department of medicine—where clinical nutrition belongs—to be familiar with the effect of dietary patterns on nutrient intake, the present and future status of oilseed proteins (such as soybean), oxalic acid in nutrition, and the basic

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