This study conducted at Rutgers University (Bear et al., 1948) is frequently misquoted as evidence supporting the position that organically grown vegetables are significantly superior in minerals and trace elements to conventionally grown vegetables. In reviewing the original publication, one can clearly see that this was not the intention of the study nor does it give support to this premise. The purpose of the study was to compare the mineral composition of vegetables "as one proceeds from south to north and from east to west in the United States."
Aajonus is a raw fooder who believes the consumption of large quantities of raw red meat, raw chicken, raw fish, raw butter and raw honey are, for most people, the keys to health.
Compares two sets of nutritional analyses done on a wide range of vegetables, one recently, one done about two decades ago. Points out a shocking and dangerous decline in nutritional content across the board.
Dr. Bass explains the remarkable benefits of a raw food based diet for healing serious and life-destroying disease conditions.
This brief document chronicles a remarkable family of hygienists and discusses the proper dietary for health--with what will be some surprising conclusions for fruitarians and vegans.
Farber's short essay, "The Student As Nigger" was so powerful and attuned with student rebellions that it was reprinted over 500 times in the '60s.
Those wishing to know more about Ralph Borsodi might read this interview.
Gandhi. Hind Swaraj carries the same importance to Indians as the Declaration of Independence and the Federalist Papers have for Americans. Not only equally important, but political/social thinking of equal or superior brilliance compared to Madison, Monroe, Hamilton, Jefferson, et. al.
A frequent correspondent of this library, Justin Naylor, has written a short and worthy article that appeared in Acres, USA about the organic/chemical controversy, using Donald Hopkin's book as a springboard.
A classic article, much discussed by those concerned with the continued survival of a large population of homo sapiens in a civilized condition.
Explains that much of the apparency of moisture stress is subsoil infertility. Some have experienced that foliar feeding of apparently moisture-stressed crops will "cure" them.