Medicine: The President Eats Less

President Roosevelt likes scrambled eggs, codfish balls, fried liver, seafoods. He does not care for sweets, seldom eats desserts. But he is not finicky about his food. He eats some of whatever may be on the table. For breakfast he regularly has two eggs, three rashers of bacon, two slices of toast, orange juice. On his sedentary boating vacation, he ate quantities of baked beans, gained 7 Ib. (174 Ib. to 181 Ib.). When he returned to Washington, looking fit as a bull fiddle, he declared last week he was going to lose that...

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