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Helen S. Mitchell

American nutritionist

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Helen Swift Mitchell was an American biochemist and nutritionist. She was the research director at the Battle Creek Sanitarium, and taught courses in nutrition at Battle Creek College and University of Massachusetts and later became an exchange professor at Hokkaido University in Japan. During World War II, she was part of government committees that did research on nutrition and was critical of fad diets that came about during that time. She did research on and published works about the dietary conditions of rats, and later co-authored the textbook Nutrition in Health and Disease.

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Mount Holyoke College

Liberal arts college in the United States

Yale University

Private research university in New Haven, Connecticut, United States

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