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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 9. June 7, 1939

Adequate Nutritions

Adequate Nutritions

The League or Nations Nutrition Committee has brought forward its suggestions as to an adequate dietary for a human being, and this is what it says:—

Every human BEING needs a pint of milk, two helpings of green vegetables and some first class protein every day. All cereal food- should be eaten whole. The report also insists on the importance of fat fish, such as salmon and herrings, and the organs of animals, such as liver, kidneys, etc., as food. Eggs, milk, cheese, fruit and vegetables are defined as the protective food stuffs and the report stresses the importance of these foods in adequate dietary.