Battle Creek, Michigan: The Modern Medicine Publishing Company, 1923. FIRST EDITION (NAP). Hardcover. Octavo. Red cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering to front and spine. Light rubbing and only occasional spots to boards and extremities, with two lightly bumped corners. Past sticker removal peeled and thinned some of (blank) front free endpaper, but no open tears. Very small, very light spot to bottom of first three or four leaves, and to fore-edge. Nice bright pages with large type. 386 pp., including 11-page full index. Very Good Minus. Item #84808
Kellogg was "was an American eugenicist, medical doctor, nutritionist, inventor, health activist, and businessman." (Wikipedia). Chapters include: Man Not Naturally a Flesh-Eater; Twenty Popular Delusions about Flesh Foods; Scientific Objections to the Use of Meat; Diseases Due to Flesh Eating; Experimental Evidence Against Flesh Eating; The Ethical Argument; Historical Facts and Authoritative Opinions; Interesting Facts Concerning the Dietary Habits of Various Peoples; The Marvelous Adaption of the Natural Diet to Human Needs; How to Discard Meats Comfortably and Safely; Is the Disuse of Meat Advisable from a Practical Standpoint; Newspaper and Magazine Misinformation.