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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CTV special inquires into our eating habits Canadian food and nutritional habits PAGE 3 Do people really know what's best for them to eat. Rats do, science has proven that. But nobody has ever shown that the human body has an instinct for nutrition. If man ever had such an instinct, have modern food techniques driven it oif; of him? The CTV Network program "A CTV Inquiry - Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread" telecasting on Sunday, February 25 at 10 p.m., examines man's nutritional instincts and the eating habits of Canadians. A CTV documentary unit headed by Jack McGaw invited a team of experts to repeat a classic 1928 study by Dr. Clara M. Davis on the instinctual eating habits of young children. For decades Dr. Davis' study has influenced nutritionists and chi'd psychologists to believe, that in spite of different food tastes and textures, children, it given a fres choice, will select an adequate diet. Dr. Zak Sabry, National Coordinator of Nutrition Canada believes most experts have misinterpreted Dr. Davis' work, A busy actor Glenn Ford, who stars in the NBC-TV program development project "Jarrett" airing March 17, has made 157 fi'ms. "But before I ever saw the inside of a movie studio, I appeared in 55 legitimate stage plays ranging from 'Hamlet' to Tennessee Williams," he says. for the 1928 study presented to the chi'dren only nutritious fcods and nt>ne of the kind of goods avai7"ble in supermarkets today. The CTV sponsored study includes non-nutritious foods in the diet selection. Nine mothers with children ranging from seven to twelve months volunteered to let their children select from ten solid foods and three liquids under the supervision of Toronto nutritionist Mrs. Doryne Peace and Dr. Dick Hamilton. Chief of Gastroenterology at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. At the start of the study, each child was weighed and measured for herd circumference, height and skin fold thickness. They were given blood tests and a careful physical examination. These same tests were repeat- Sunday, February 25 6:3fi Q) Farm Ne-^s 7:00 0 tovhie's Fun House (JT) Christopher Closeup 7:30 0 Harlem Globetrotters (7) Pinocchio CD This is the Life 7:40 03) Thought for the Day 7:45 c 4-H Clubtime 8.00 0 Rex Humbard 0 Gospel Hour fO Revival Fires c University of the Air 8:30 fT?| People's Church fjl Gospel Hour 9:00 0 Kathryn Kuhlman 0 Niven Miller 9:?0 0 Sunday Hour 0 Face the Nation c Rev. Solbreckken fD Stake a Wish 10:00 0 Faith for Today 0 Day of Discovery c Day of Discovery 0 Curiosity Shop 10:30 |0 Orc.1 Roberts 0 Gaslight 0 Meet the Press fD Bullwinkle 11:00 0 Crossfire 0 Camera 3 0 NFB 11:30 Q) Issues and Answers . 0 Drnger is My Business 0 Safety R