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C. 379 0 2 0 2 323 3. , 40 Glc 0 6 10 11 4. , 60 Glc 193 5 12 12 12 5. ,70Glc 108 0 0 0 6. M. 0 353 0 0 0 7. 20 Gal, 80 Egg 0 356 2 0 6 6 8. 20 Gal, 40 Egg, 40 Glc 240 0 11 10 9. 20 Gal, 20 Egg, 60 Glc 12 193 0 5 10 12 10. 20 Gal, 10 Egg, 70 Glc 122 0 0 0 0 11. 20 Gal, Syn. I(+) 294 0 0 0 0 12. 20 Gal, Syn. I 296 0 0 1 1 13. 20 Gal, 80 M. M. 332 1 0 6 8 14. 20 Gal, 80 M. Milk 330 0 8 12 12 15. 20 Gal, 40 M. Milk, 40 Glc 286 0 0 5 7 281 16. 40 Gal, Syn. II(+) 0 11 11 12 17. 40 Gal, Syn. II 229 0 0 0 18.

Dkewise, on our intestinal frontier, we need to encourage by proper food the presence and health of our normally friendly bacteria. These deny living space to harmful varieties, which are always capable of arising in the population and dominating it. On Sugar and White Flour THE SOUTH AFRICAN BABOONS Early in 1974, a year-long experiment in South Africa showed the remarkable benefits of a natural diet free of sugar. Thirty baboons (which are very close to man physiologically) were divided into five groups: a control group; and four experimental groups, each of which was fed as its only carbohydrate either glucose, fructose, sucrose (table sugar), or starch.

I 296 0 0 1 1 13. 20 Gal, 80 M. M. 332 1 0 6 8 14. 20 Gal, 80 M. Milk 330 0 8 12 12 15. 20 Gal, 40 M. Milk, 40 Glc 286 0 0 5 7 281 16. 40 Gal, Syn. II(+) 0 11 11 12 17. 40 Gal, Syn. II 229 0 0 0 18. C. C. = Pi ! M. = vitamin mixture (see Table 3); Glc = glucose; Syn. 1 & Syn. II = semi-synthetic diets; Syn. I (+) & S? i (+) = supp;lemented semi-5synthetic diets; (see i Table 2); M. 006% Cu(C 2 H 3 0 2 ) 2 -H 2 0). With this information as a background, we confirmed in preliminary experiments that galactose-induced cataracts are easy to produce, and then set out to study their nutritional control.

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