T MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1944 •- VA.VGATUCK DAH.T ,/?* Fire- ' ~" SHOWS YOUR FOOD A Good Lunch Can Help Restore Lost Body Energy •The encrgymctcr Is like a gns mask in reverse.'The' •device held in the mouth permits you to breathe in' outside.afr. .but your exhaled breath passes into a' .large bag carried on your back. The amount of car,bon dioxide you'exhale is collected in this bag and measured, to.indicate.the;quantky of-body fuel you consume. This energy'meter determines the amount of food needed to replenish body fuel oxidized during any and every.'form of work. It shows the necessity' for.eating'periodically to replace lost body energy; A good lunch helps keep the.energy. level high...;, so' eat a lunch that packs.a punch.. I.'N: 8U>, &':'•: - •. ''?Q^jivrrt"' : feilf^ • "/.^"•'T 1 " isl2sfe' mmm.^ •£$?• &•*..•"!:•>:•-.•.•--?•. . < 'S 1 «ii§^ ; 'T^a / y. 3C? ' ~™V • -S^^? 5 YOURBODY AN INTERNAL COMBUSTJON i ENGINE Your body is a combustion engine in which fuel, or food, is broken clown into cnrbon dioxide and water. Your gascro-incescinaJ canal is the fuel tank; your heart, the pump; your Jungs, the carburetor; your arteries, the feed line; your muscles, the cylinders; your nervous system, the .ignition; your veins, the exhaust; your limbs, the wheels. YOUR MOTOR NEEDS A PREMIUM FUEL Your car .runs best on premium gasoline. Your body works best on premium food. "Premium" has nothing to do with p'ricc, but with selection and preparation. A carefully planned and prepared meal, one that will be eaten with pleasure, has far greater nutritional value than a meal carelessly thrown together. U. S. RUBBER CO. (Footwear Division) PETER PAUL, Inc. W. J. MEGIN, Inc. Mnar*w>>(&y^vi^ ^tij. • r^fe'C"" ."-.:• •^.-•Mf«ii> i v» i <*r- •••-/.,^;'.,..s^. v FOOD FATIGUE FOULS VOUR BODY'S CYLINDERS Your fuel rank, like that of your automobile, is limited in its cnpr.city. Be su.rc to refuel it pcriodicr.lly. A good lunch is a safeguard agninsc vim late-afternoon let-down . . , helps keep you going the whole day through. < You, of all the world's mammals, have a digestive apparatus adapted to a mixed meat and vegetable diet. Your grinding gears, or teeth, in-' elude the canines of a carnivore (dog), the incisors of the herbivore • (cow), the molars of the granivore (horse). These', plus your salivary glands, special digestive ferments, and length of intestine, prove that nature intended you to EAT THE BASIC 7 EVERY DAY. — SPONSORED BY NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL Division cf U. S. Rubber Co. THE BRISTOL COMPANY J. M. RUSSELL MFG. CO., Inc. ititics To fight fatigue your body^needs rest and food in sufficient quantit to clean, lubricate, and refuel itself. Break the tape a wiuner by Cat ing a good luach ... a lunch.with a lift that lasts. Because the U. S. needs Us strong, NVC, all of us, should eat better. Good food means good work, fewer accidents, less absenteeism, more zest for living. So for health, cat some food from each of the above food groups every day. The U. S. needs Us strong. ' NAUGATUCK LUMBER CO. • NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK NAUGATUCK WATER CO.
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