salads, home produced products, nutrition, diet, health, home economics department
Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Salads of fruits and vegetables are a valuable addition to the dietary because they increase the use of "protective foods." "'The protective foods' are four types-milk, fruit, vegetables and eggs which enrich the dietary with calcium and vitamins A, C, and G. "Milk is a good source of calcium and vitamins A, C, and G and an outstanding source of vitamins A and G. "Prominence of these foods in the individual dietary and in the general food supply protects directly against dangers of nutritional deficiencies and helps also to afford the body a better measure of ability to protect itself against several kinds of infections. (See more in text.)
Wilder, Susan Z., "Inexpensive Salads from Home Produced Products" (1934). SDSU Extension Circulars. 346.