Image from page 272 of "The World book : organized knowledge in story and picture" (1918)
Title: The World book : organized knowledge in story and picture
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: O'Shea, M. V. (Michael Vincent), 1866-1932 Foster, Ellsworth D Locke, George Herbert, 1870-1937
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: Chicago : Hanson-Roach-Fowler
Contributing Library: Internet Archive
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8003,800 3,8003,8003,800 4,050 CARBOHYDRATES Digestibility Per cent989898989897989895909797 Fuel value per pound Calories1,7301,7301,7301,7301,8601,8401,7501,8601,8001,6301,8201,820 Mixed Diet. From the foregoing statementsit can readily be seen that while man maylive on an exclusively vegetable diet or anexclusively meat diet, he will preserve his Planning Meals. With such a knowledge offoods as is here outlined, the housewife canplan meals so as to meet the physiologicalneeds of her family, give a good variety of FOOD 2245 FOOD COMPOSITION OF FOOD M^OXRIALS Nutritive ingredients, refuse, and fuel valueDigestible Nutrients Indigestible Nutrients Non nutrients Fuel Value Fats Carbo- Mineralhydrates matters ProteinMuscle^S Fuel Ingredients Water Refuse Calories [From U.S. Dent, of AgricultureFarmers Bulletin No. 14Z ] Nutrients.etc, per cent 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 90 100 Fuel value of 1 lb.(calories) 400 800 1200 1600 2000 2400 2800 3200 3600 4)00 5/Beef, round <; ^ =31 ^ S Beef, loin
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§-gI Beef, shoulder ■^^t; Mutton, leg Pork, loin Codfish, dressed jj ^ Beef, round ^v^l Beef, loino ^1 Q.^J Beef,rib .^^) Mutton, leg i^ §1 Ham, smoked Codfish,dressed Oysters Eggs Milk, unskimmed ^^^ Milk,skimmedButter White bread White flour Oatmeal Cornmeal Rice Beans Potatoes Sugar FOOD 2246 FOOD appetizing food and prevent waste. She shouldalways bear in mind that that food is thecheapest which supplies the greatest amountof nutriment at the lowest cost. The follow-ing estimate prepared by the United StatesDepartment of Agriculture will be found asafe guide: Man at hard muscular work requires 1.2 time.sthe food of a man at moderately active muscularwork. Man with light muscular work, and boy 15-16years old, require 0.9 the food of a man at mod-erately active muscular work. Man at sedentary occupation, woman at moder-ately active work, boy 13-14, and girl 15-16 yearsold, require 0.8 the food of a man at moderatelyactive muscular work. Woman at light work, boy 12, and girl 13-
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