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Modern man has greater knowledge and farther horizons than his predecessors. As each new generation faces the world, the inventors and creators enthusiastically contribute their original ideas to further human progress--often in the face of ridicule, apathy, and stony opposition. The vantage point from which we now survey the world is the product over many centuries, of such men.
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First published in Australia in 1980. This edition published in 1997 by Harper Collins Publishers Pty Limited ACN 009 913 517 A member of the Harper Collins Publishers (Australia) Pry Limited Group
Copyright © Ross Home, 1997, 1985, 1980
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The National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication
The health revolution.
Includes index ISBN 0 7322 5766 2
1 Health. 2. Nutrition. 3. diet, 1. Title
Printed in Australia by Griffin Paperbacks
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
99 98 97
The original edition of The Health Revolution was self-published by Ross Home in 1980. Due to overwhelming public demand HarperCollms has released this fifth edition of the work, with minor revisions, in 1997.
NOTE FROM SOIL AND HEALTH LIBRARY: HarperCollins allowed the publication to go out of print and all rights to this book reverted to Ross Horne. The book is presented here with the express permission of Ross Horne
Preface to fifth edition
Foreword by Dr Dean Burk
Foreword by Dr Archie Kalokerinos
Foreword by Professor John Wright