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Current USDA erroneous advice that spinach is a good source of iron may have its roots in a perverse paper published by the American Medical Association’s Council on Foods in 1937 - hereafter referred to as “The Spinach Paper.”
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Jan. 7, 2011 5:22 am by Mike Sutton
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