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Sources of vitamins and minerals for children and adults: (a) carrots and apples, (b) citrus fruits, (c) brassicas and pulses. Colour lithograph, 1966.

  • Great Britain. Ministry of Health.
Date
[1966?]
Reference
576291i
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British Government recommendations of different kinds of foods. Colour lithographs, 1966.
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[London] : [Ministry of Health], [1966?] ([London?] : [Printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office by M.M.P. Ltd.])

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1 print (leaflet page 3) : lithograph, printed in black, red, yellow, green and buff ; sheet 20.3 x 25.3 cm

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Group 2 For fitness. Our bodies need fresh fruit and vegetables to keep them running smoothly. These foods help us to keep fit and enjoy what we do. Fruit and vegetables, especially fresh ones, contain valuable things such as vitamins and minerals, and we should eat something fresh every day. Vitamin C can be boiled away in the cooking of vegetables, so they should not be over-cooked or drowned in water. 2-3 helpings daily from groups a, b, c (not all from the same group) for children and adults. a .. b … c…

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Wellcome Library no. 576291i

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