History

Eat Right and Be Good – Strength Magazine – March, 1922

Sick persons find it hard to be good. It is hard to have a headache and smile. It is hard to feel chronically “tired” without acquiring toward life an attitude that suggests a chronic yawn. It is hard to have acid-poisoned nerves with- out having acid reactions when your children make a noise or when your wife disagrees with you along with your dinner.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas