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By Sylvia Onusic, PhD, CNS, LDN Nutrition and biochemistry were new concepts in the 20th century, when vitamins and their value in the human and animal diet were discovered. Previously, Koch and Pasteur’s germ theories had guided most scientific thinking about disease.[1] At the turn of that century, the leading causes of mortality were infectious diseases - pneumonia, influenza, diphtheria, and tuberculosis[2] - and the focus of medicine was on defeating and eradicating the “germs” causing illness and death. The importance of nutrition in health was not generally recognized until nutrients...

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