By C. L. Kervran

ISBN-10: 0846401959

ISBN-13: 9780846401957

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He emphasised the importance of the range which a single statistic for a country tended to overlook and Professor Neuberger made much the same point. He illustrated this by pointing out the marked change which had occurred in the equity of food distribution in the United Kingdom during the last 50 years and contrasted the present United Kingdom system with that in India where, although the average food production might appear adequate, there was gross disparity owing largely to defective distribution.

Quite apart from the preference for FIG. 7. ') :i' 100% 10% 90% .. ... .. . . . . ....... 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% Percentage of calories prov ided by various nutrients . .. ,~ (~TARCH I _ .. . , 1969). The composition of the diet and gross national product. u "'o. <::-E -C.!! - . j::.. ::e M1 r t= :::: ~ S' N MAN'S DEMAND FOR ENERGY 43 animal products, there is a marked selection in favour of energy dense foods such as sugar and fat, and against bulky diets rich in starch and fibre which retain much water as eaten.

Forty years ago Orr and Gilks (1931) attributed the differences in adult stature between the Masai and the Kikuyu to diet rather than race and McCarrison (1936) also provides data from which a similar comparison can be made between the diets of the tall Sikh and his smaller countryman the Madrassi. , (1950) have shown the height of the genetically isolated Icelanders shrank from that of their tall Norwegian ancestors during a century of depression but returned later to make them amongst the tallest of European people.

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