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Even Statesmen Die on Demineralized Foods – Strength Magazine – January, 1924

The extraordinary facts assembled by Mr. Cleveland Moffett (with whom the writer once had the unique pleasure .of going through a gruelling glucose fight, both of us happily on the sau1e side) concerning the longevity of the first ten presidents from Washington to Tyler, and the significant loss of yea-rs during the beginning of the “reign of science” by the modern presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt are so gripping, so thrilling, so crammed with stimulation to vigorous thinking that one scarcely knows how to begin the unravelling of the tangle into which they plunge head-on.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas