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Manuscript Releases, vol. 21 [Nos. 1501-1598], Page 104

the sanitarium in a condition demanding stern denial of appetite and the simplest fare, but as their health improves, they should be liberally supplied with nourishing food.

You may be surprised at my writing this, but last night I was instructed that a change in the diet would make a great difference in your patronage. A more liberal diet is needed.

Will you not give heed to this instruction? It will be good for you as well as for the patients.

I will not write more on this subject now. I have a deep interest in the family at the Wahroonga Sanitarium. I have their special good in view, and this is why I have written as I have. I woke at half past eleven, and rose at half past one to write this letter.—Letter 37, 1904.

Ellen G. White Estate

Silver Spring, Maryland,

September 13, 1990.

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