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Anderson, James W., Konz, Elizabeth C., and Jenkins David J.A. (2000) "Health Advantages and Disadvantages of Weight-Reducing Diets: A Computer Analysis and Critical Review," Journal of the American College of Nutrition 19 (5): 578-90.

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Anon. (2006) "What is Pritikin?" The Pritikin Longevity Center and Spa, available online at <http://> (accessed March 15, 2007).

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Hubbard J.D., Inkeles, S., and Barnard, R.J. (1985) "Nathan Pritikin's Heart," New England Journal of Medicine 313 (1): 52.

Mandell, Terri (2000) "The Living Laboratory,"

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Morrison, Lester M. and Morrison, Nugent (1983) Dr. Morrison's Heart-Saver Program: A Natural, Scientifically Tested Plan for the Prevention of Arteriosclerosis, Heart Attack, and Stroke, New York: St. Martins Press.

Pritikin, Nathan and McGrady, Patrick M. (1979) The Pritikin Program for Diet and Exercise, New York: Grosset & Dunlap.

Pritikin, Robert (1990) The New Pritikin Program: The Easy and Delicious Way to Shed Fat, Lower Your Cholesterol, and Stay Fit, New York: Simon & Schuster.

Walls, Ken R. (2001) "Pritikin Diet." Available online at < is_0006/ai_2603000605> (accessed March 15, 2007).

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