National Geographic : 1922 Nov
Jre your Ife-Preservers up in the Attic? M ANY long months of indoor weather are ahead, before golf sticks, fishing kit, swimming suit and garden tools come into use again months filled with business duties or household cares-months of hard work, bounded by four walls. Many's the day you will be wishing for the "pep" and "go" and fitness you felt last summer. Be sensible in the selection of your diet. Don't make the mistake ofload ing the body with a heavy, starchy diet when you've put the life-preserv ing exercise away. That's the mis take that leads to dullness,weariness, brain-fag-and maybe to worse mis fortunes. Try a dish of Grape-Nuts, with cream or milk for breakfast. Try Grape-Nuts in place of your usual lunch. That's safety, sanity-and comfort. Grape-Nuts with cream or milk is a complete food,with the perfected good ness of whole wheat and malted bar ley, including the wheat vitamin, the phosphates and vital mineral ele ments. It digests quickly and easily without fermentation. It contains the essential bran from the whole grain to stimulate intestinal activity. Grape-Nuts is deliciously crisp and appetizing, welcome at any meal -and it can be had in a moment. Not only will a sensible diet, in which Grape-Nuts plays a full part, fit you for the rigors of winter, but will build up that reserve strength which will permit you to take advantage of the joys of the coming spring and summer. Where you don't find Grape-Nuts you won't find people. Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich.