It must appeal to the judgment of every thinking man and woman that the human family are more in need of sound, wholesome advice as to what they should eat and drink than 7ver before. The number of physicians and dentistYlncreases each year at an alanning rate, but the aches and ills of the suffering people do not lessen. Thousands of people find themselves in a deplorable condition, with stomachs almost "~orn out, ha.ving depended largely upon predigested foods and a long list of so-called "dyspepsia cures." The amount of patent nlcdicines, ilSUT(~ cures," consumed by the people in the United States is enormous, and is increasing every year. It must be apparent to all students of the past century that the people of the present are not enjoying the same degree of health as our ancestors, nor have we any assurance that things will improve unless sonle radical change is made.