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" The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked, will neutralize any excess of chalky matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such... "
Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri ... - Seite 390
von Missouri Horticultural Society - 1902
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Report: Containing the Proceedings of the Annual Session ..., Also ..., Band 53

Iowa State Horticultural Society - 1918
..."They cure gout and rheumatic disorders and exercise a beneficent influence on the liver and stomach. "The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear, and plum, when taken ripe and without sugar...
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Annual Report, Band 5

Colorado. State Board of Horticulture - 1890
...experience must have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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The Annals of Hygiene, Band 8

1893
...experience must have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such rich fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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Virginia Medical Monthly, Band 17

1891
...experience must have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear, and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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The Western Medical Reporter, Band 14

1892
...experience must have lead to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear, and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Band 68

1893
...experience must have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such rich fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine ..., Band 21,Ausgabe 1

1893
...experience must have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked,...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine, Band 72

1890
...have led to our custom of taking apple sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes. The mallic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked, will neutralize...matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such fresh fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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Kansas Medical Journal: Topeka, Band 5

1893
...roast pork, rich goose and like dishes. The malic acid of ripe apples, either raw or cooked, '.vill neutralize any excess of chalky matter engendered by eating too much meat. It is also the fact that such rich fruits as the apple, the pear and the plum, when taken ripe and without sugar,...
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Hall's Journal of Health, Band 41,Ausgabe 7 -Band 42,Ausgabe 9

1894
...time, would cause rheumatism, jaundice, or skin eruptions, and other allied troubles. The malic acid of apples, either raw or cooked, will neutralize any...chalky matter engendered by eating too much meat. Ripe apples are probably the least fermentable of all fruits, except possibly the banana. For this...
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