Good to Know.
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 97 20:27:14 -0700
Subject: Good to Know.
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Taken from Q&A in NEW SCIENTIST magazine:
Q. I have heard that it is possible to live on Guinness and milk alone. Is
this true, or even partially true?
A. This is not quite true. Guinness does contain many vitamins and minerals
in small quantities, but is lacking vitamin C, as well as calcium and fat.
So, to fulfil all of your daily nutritional requirements you would need
to drink a glass of orange juice, two glasses of milk, and 47 pints of
University of Nottingham
© 1997 Peter Langston