The variable incidence of primary liver cancer has been shown to be' related to the average daily intake of aflatoxin in various parts of the world.
The average dark adaptation time for newly recruited Black mineworkers is longer than that reported for Whites.
Subclinical vitamin C deficiency frequently occurs in Black mineworkers, in spite of an apparently adequate daily intake.
The effect of a 7 100 kilojoule diet (50% of the energy derived from carbohydrate, mainly unrefined, 30% from fat, mainly unsaturated, and 20% from protein) on 100 overweight subjects was investigated.
A classification of malnutrition which has gained international acceptance is presented.
It has been suggested that the majority of malnourished persons do not represent a medical problem.
Twelve young male baboons were kept on a diet low in ascorbic acid for 3 months before the experiment.