The British Food Journal Volume 62 Issue 5 1960

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Publication date: 1 May 1960

Abstract

Food has always been an attractive field for the eccentric, the holder of extraordinary views on dietetics and nutrition, the “ back‐to‐nature ” types, whose ideas of what happens to food after it has passed the mouth must be even more fantastic than their knowledge of food values generally. These fanatics invade other spheres, of course. There is the “ fresh air fiend,” who cannot distinguish between fresh air and piercing draughts, with the result that he (or she) scalps everyone unfortunate enough to be travelling in the same railway carriage, but there seems nothing to touch the food faddist. His views attract an inordinate amount of publicity. Sometimes these are based entirely on misconceptions, but more often have orthodox premises, but have become confused and distorted in the person's own process of reasoning.

Citation

(1960), "The British Food Journal Volume 62 Issue 5 1960", British Food Journal, Vol. 62 No. 5, pp. 49-60. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011577

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MCB UP Ltd

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