Early Vitamin Publications
The discovery of vitamins as molecules that are essential for life – but which our body is unable to produce – led to an explosion of research and scientific publications in the 1930s, 40s and 50s. Medical textbooks and physicians' desk reference books were published to enable medical practitioners to cope with the rapidly increasing knowledge in this field.
The systematic implementation of this knowledge into medical practice around the world a century ago would, no doubt, have led to a significant decrease in the incidence of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and many other common diseases. In fact, many of these diseases could have been largely unknown by now.
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