Nutrition and the Early-Medieval Diet

@article{Pearson1997NutritionAT,
  title={Nutrition and the Early-Medieval Diet},
  author={Kathy L. Pearson},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1997},
  volume={72},
  pages={1 - 32}
}
The food supply of the temperate lands of early-medieval western Europe, and the ways in which its peoples dealt with the central problem of feeding themselves, has been subjected to a variety of interpretations in recent years.1 Vern Bullough and Cameron Campbell's study of the medieval diet and female longevity concluded that early-medieval women suffered from iron deficiencies triggered jointly by poor nutrition and frequent childbearing and that these deficiencies contributed substantially… 

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