Science: Nonpoisonous Bread

Bread is no longer slow poison. This momentous reversal of the teachings of U.S. dieticians has been made by Columbia's Professor Henry Clapp Sherman, dean of U.S. nutritionists, who for years has warred against bread as the No. 1 staple of the American diet. In countless articles on nutrition Professor Sherman has crusaded against our enemy, the wheat loaf, backing up his written views with pictures of laboratory rats who, when fed on white bread diet, lost their hair, teeth, whiskers, and eventually grew peaked and died.

Professor Sherman changed his mind...

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