Journal of the American Medical Association, Volume 3, 1931. The relationship of disorders of the digestive tract to anemia.

@article{Castle1989JournalOT,
  title={Journal of the American Medical Association, Volume 3, 1931. The relationship of disorders of the digestive tract to anemia.},
  author={William B. Castle and Clark W. Heath and Mary Boehm Strauss and Wilmot C. Townsend},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  year={1989},
  volume={47 9},
  pages={
          262-6
        }
}
For a long time it has been vaguely realized that there is a relationship between food and blood formation. This idea has recently been put on a quantitative basis by the work of two groups of investigators: Whipple and his associates, by their experimentation on dogs, have determined the amount of hemoglobin formed in two-week periods from various types of food substances; Minot and his colleagues have established certain objective criteria for the effect of dietary substances in human anemias… CONTINUE READING

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