Labour has been well spent in the analysis of nutritional needs, by demonstrating the nature and multiplicity of the individual factors concerned. These labours must still continue. Yet such is the nature of the body as a whole that we must at the same time endeavour to view nutrition from some unitary stand‐point. Every factor in a dietary exercises its functions in union with those of others, and we have yet to learn with more exactness what should be the balance among them in an ideal dietary.
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