Nutrition/Diet: Objects 1 - 8 of 8

995.4.14: "System of Diet Writing", 1933 "System of Diet Writing" written by William S. Collens, B.S., M.D., Chief of Diabetic Clinic, Israel Zion Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. A black leatherette ring binder with two clasps containing a diet calculator, an obesity chart, diet formulary and menu prescription forms at the rear to be filled by the doctor. The diet calculator and the obesity chart provide considerable amounts of data on circulating wheels, so that it is simple for the physician to make up diets containing given amounts of protein, fat and carbohydrate to meet the necessities of cardiorenal disease, neuroses or epilepsy....
993.52.1: Feeding BottleFeeding Bottle, 19th Cent. Decorated oval porcelain baby bottle with spout. 2 piece molded with blue decoration and clear glaze. Large opening in centre of top surface, smaller opening at spout. European imitation of oriental design (transfer print).
993.55.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1900 Red floral pattern on blue and yellow background porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned.
993.58.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1900 Gold coloured floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned.
993.54.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1910 "Blue Onion". Blue floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned. Made in Germany stamped on base.
993.57.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1900 Blue floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned. 'S.' or '5.' on base.
993.53.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Small plain clear glazed porcelain invalid infant feeder, half covered with a straight spout and a fan-shaped handle to the rear, unsigned.
993.56.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Decorated oval ceramic infant feeder. 2 piece molded boat shaped vessel, open with one end drawn into a lip, with blue floral decoration on inside rim and European imitation of oriental design on exterior surface. Unsigned.