Nutrition and Mental Functions


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The description of sequelae of nutritional deficien- cies was equally oversimplified. Obviously, a disease like rickets, which affected hard tissues--the skeleton-- had irreversible consequences. Destruction or alteration of tissues, such as in cancrum oris or severe xerophthal- mia, was equally permanent and easily observed. Other models were beriberi or scurvy, where, by contrast, the vitamin treatment seemed to restore the individual to the completely normal status quo ante. Most nutritionists were therefore little ...

Nutrition and Mental Functions 2012, Springer, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9781468430776

Softcover Reprint of the Origi edition

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Nutrition and Mental Functions 1975, Springer, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780306379147