Medicine: Garbo's Gayelord

Greta Garbo sat hidden behind a screen in a ballroom of Manhattan's St. Regis Hotel last week to hear her good friend Bengamin Gayelord Hauser lecture to a roomful of A.W.V.S. socialites.

A youngish man with a flashy smile and a broken accent, Bengamin Gayelord Hauser, "food adviser" to many a movie star, cut up fruits & vegetables, stuffed them into an electric chopper, quaffed the juice as he delivered the kind of message that makes M.D.s shudder. Samples:

>If there is a food shortage in the U.S., chew your food for half an hour-"you'll...

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