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What do kittens, Peruvian Indians, and glandular imbalances have in common? And what do they have to do with your child’s health? Keep reading.
Let’s begin with kittens. In 1932, a medical doctor named Francis M. Pottenger, Jr., began controlled studies using cats as the experimental animals. He fed one group of cats a diet that might have been recognized by Cro-Magnon felines - mostly raw meat. Another group received modern morsels in the form of cooked meat scraps. Still other groups were fed sweetened, condensed milk in addition to their meat. For ten years, Dr. Pottenger observed the effects of various cat cuisines on the health of the animals and their offspring.