Medicine: Liver Recipes

Liver, humblest of meats, is good for anemic patients. Where the bone marrow and spleen do not manufacture sufficient red blood corpuscles to keep a person healthy, he can build himself up on a diet of liver. Liver contains iron in such chemical form that it can be absorbed by the body in the indirect making of the red blood corpuscles. But a diet of a pound of liver a day is necessary. Anemic patients complain: "Doctor, it can't be done. I can't even take liver every day, and certainly not for every...

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