Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College
Many South Dakota people· have been asking for scientific facts concerning false or misleading claims being circulated about food and nutrition. The purpose of this bulletin is to provide facts to help combat some of the misinformation. This information summarizes statements of leading nutrition and health authorities, and "watchmen" of the public health. None of the info~ati.on is the findings of any research done by the author, nor does it contain any personal opinion nor conclusion. The South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics expresses its thanks to the following for cooperation in reviewing the manuscript: Division of Home Economics and Department of Foods and Nutrition, South Dakota State College; Departments of Home Economics, University of South Dakota and Mount Marty College; South Dakota State Department of Public Health.
Ewalt, Cleora, "Food Fact or Fad?" (1959). SDSU Extension Circulars. 634.