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Image from page 296 of "Home and health; a household manual containing two thousand recipes and helpful suggestions on the building and care of the home in harmony with sanitory laws .." (1907)

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説明Identifier: homehealthhouseh00mounTitle: Home and health; a household manual containing two thousand recipes and helpful suggestions on the building and care of the home in harmony with sanitory laws ..Year: 1907 (1900s)Authors: Subjects: Home economicsPublisher: Mountain View, Cal., Portland, Ore. [etc] Pacific press publishing co.Contributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:ing the silver and china; forthere is a certain refining influence about a well-arranged,carefully-set table that a family really needs, and when thechildren grow up and go out from home, it will never beforgotten. The shining silver, glass, and china, whichshow carefulness in washing and polishing, also add fresh-ness and beauty to the table, and are all incentives to eti-quette and good behavior. If the linen is soiled, and thetable carelessly set, the room untidy, and everything indisorder generally, there is but little tendency to refine-ment and good manners. If well ordered, every part ofour home life may be educational. The Art of Dining 289 As a man eateth, so is he. -German Proverb BANISH CARE Good cheer is the best of medicines. At meal-time layaside worry and taxing thought; cast off care and anxiety;banish grief and fear; and let the mind be filled with pleas-ant thoughts. If one goes to the table fatigued, excited,angry, overanxious, or in a great hurry, the food eaten isText Appearing After Image:Order and Social Joy worse than wasted. The unsettled state of the nerves dis-turbs the entire system, diminishes the flow of the digestivefluids, and digestion is retarded. Take time to eat. The best food, if hastily eaten, mayclog the system and bring on disease. REGULARITY Regularity in eating is quite as essential to the healthof the body as is good food. Whether two or three mealsare eaten, they should be at a regular time, and far enough 290 Home and Health As a man eateth, so he thinketh. —Kellogg apart to allow at least an hour for the stomach to rest aftercompleting the process of digestion, before giving it morework to do. Ordinarily the stomach requires five hoursto digest a meal. The habit of regularity in eating should be cultivatedearly in life. Children should be taught to be regularat their meals, and to take nothing between meals. Thisrule applies to infants as well as to older children. Theirregularity usually practised is undoubtedly one of thegreatest causes of tNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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