The value of the vitamin : the story of the Oslo health lunch experiment


Title

The value of the vitamin : the story of the Oslo health lunch experiment

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Description

The ‘Oslo lunch’ - feeding children a wholemeal cheese and salad sandwich accompanied by milk and fruit - was initiated in Oslo, Norway by Professor Carl Shiotz as means to improve the diet of malnourished school children.This booklet tells the story of the first Oslo Lunch experiment undertaken in Australia by Dr John Dale, involving fifty primary school aged children from Collingwood.

Source

Held by Monash University Library's Rare Books Collection. Find this item in the Library catalogue.

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Extent

24 pages : illustrations

Rights

Out of copyright

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https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/SchoolingFood/rb_SchoolFood_008.pdf

Collection

Citation

Gardner, R. A., 1916 - , “The value of the vitamin : the story of the Oslo health lunch experiment,” Monash Collections Online, accessed February 16, 2019, http://repository.monash.edu/items/show/78673

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