This book covers Dr. Royal Lee’s personal selection of peer-reviewed articles from 1933 to 1956 that used real, whole foods in their research. Most of the public today fail to realize that this early research had two common denominators: 1. The use of whole foods for vitamin studies instead of synthetic chemical byproducts and 2. the observations of the researchers were empirical – not based on animal studies later dictated by the FDA and the pharmaceutical companies. These articles offer a wide range of topics Dr. Lee thought were necessary for the practitioner to understand to help them be able to apply nutrition in their practice. All missing articles have now been recovered and included in this new version, plus for the first time, a complete index and table of contents. You’ll find the peer references surprising and wonder how it got lost.