William Dufty
American actor, activist and writer
William Dufty
William Francis Dufty was an American writer, and nutrition activist. Including ghostwriting, he wrote approximately 40 books.
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Kinderen krijgen vaker ziekte van Crohn - PZC
Google News - over 5 years
William Dufty''...Dat kan ik iedereen Om een relatie te leggen met hygiene is niet alleen onzinnig, maar bovenal ongefundeerd. De (on)gezondheid van je darmen wordt voor het grootste deel bepaald door wat je eet. Jonge kinderen gebruiken vaak en veel
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El azúcar, ningún dulce - Tandil Diario
Google News - almost 6 years
Uno de los especialistas en el tema del azúcar, William Dufty, cuenta cómo fue su experiencia al dejar de consumir azúcar de un día para el otro y comenzar a alimentarse de cereales integrales y legumbres: “En unas cuarenta y ocho horas me encontré en
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They Cause 40000 Deaths a Year - But They're Handed Out Like Candy - Food Consumer
Google News - almost 6 years
There's a great book on this subject, The Sugar Blues, written by William Dufty more than 30 years ago, that delves into this topic in great detail. The central argument Dufty makes in the book is that sugar is an extremely health-harming addictive
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Este pó branco também mata? (trecho) - Revista Época
Google News - almost 6 years
Em 1975, o jornalista americano William Dufty (morto em 2002) fez sucesso com o livro Sugar blues: o gosto amargo do açúcar. Dufty defendia a ideia de que o açúcar é uma droga poderosa, viciante e capaz de provocar inúmeros males à saúde
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MUSIC; More Than Just a Theater, With More Than Just an Audience
NYTimes - almost 8 years
From the 1930s to at least the 1960s the Apollo was a combination town meetinghouse, ''American Idol'' and La Scala for black American music. It celebrated the democratic impulse and the aristocratic impulse; it was where you could see comedians play the oaf and Duke Ellington play the genius. Since the mid-'70s it hasn't meant what it once did. It
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Billie's Blues
NYTimes - almost 12 years
WITH BILLIE By Julia Blackburn. 354 pp. Pantheon Books. $25. IN April 1959, three months before her death at the age of 44, Billie Holiday complained about having to compete with her lurid public image. ''Every time I do a show I'm up against everything that's ever been written about me,'' she told an interviewer. ''I have to fight the whole scene
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CASES; Sweet Taste Of Beating Sugar Habit
NYTimes - almost 15 years
''My name is Hubert, and I'm a sugar addict.'' Yes, some groups aim at overeating or food addiction in general, but there are no local chapters of, say, ''Chocoholics Anonymous'' where I could stand and say that. Maybe there should be. To call a dessert ''addictive,'' in fact, is the highest compliment. Alcohol and drug addiction are starker
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One Scats, the Other Doesn't
NYTimes - over 22 years
WISHING ON THE MOON The Life and Times of Billie Holiday. By Donald Clarke. Illustrated. 468 pp. New York: Viking. $24.95. ELLA FITZGERALD A Biography of the First Lady of Jazz. By Stuart Nicholson. Illustrated. 334 pp. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $23. IN the late 1930's, when swing music was briefly a national passion, schoolboys used to
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M.D. LEWIS, MODEL CITIES AIDE
NYTimes - over 32 years
Maely Dufty Lewis, who helped direct the preparation of government grants for the Model Cities program in Harlem and was a research director for the Navajo Indian nation, died Monday at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. She was in her late 60's and lived in South Orange, N.J., and Washington. Mrs. Lewis was active in civil rights and
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New & Noteworthy
NYTimes - almost 33 years
THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL, by John le Carre. (Bantam, $3.95.) '' 'The Little Drummer Girl' is about spies as 'Madame Bovary' is about adultery,'' William F. Buckley Jr. said in his review of a ''mature, inventive and powerful book about terrorists-come-to-life'' that has an interesting, provocative moral focus. Central characters in this best seller
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GLORIA SWANSON DIES; 20's FILM IDOL
NYTimes - almost 34 years
Gloria Swanson, a symbol of enduring glamour who was perhaps the most glittering goddess of Hollywood's golden youth in the 1920's, died of a heart ailment yesterday in New York Hospital. She was 84 years old. The actress entered the hospital two weeks ago after suffering what friends said was a mild heart attack. Through the 1920's, Miss Swanson
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