I didn't read it other than the Epilogue and I found this interesting:
"Breads of every type, if made of the ««denuded and un-adulterated wheat and other grains, still remain man's most important food, but should be consumed within reason; baked potatoes and brown rice should frequently be substituted.
Milk, eggs and butter might well be classed as the second most important basic food. Milk is a truly basic food only if unadulterated and unprocessed. It should be made use of as fresh as possible, unless it is to be used for its cream, clabbered, or for cheese. Eggs are an important basic protein food, but, like milk, MUST BE "NATURAL." This is, as Nature intended; fertile.
Unfertile eggs lack the most important element. They are like the wheat from which the VITAL LIFE GERM HAS BEEN RE-MOVED. WHEN ONE SINGLE ELEMENT is REMOVED FROM ANY FOOD, IT UNBALANCES THE REST OF THE MINERALS AND VITAL ELEMENTS. THIS CREATES INHARMONY AMONG THE ELEMENTS, AND THE SYSTEM INGESTING THEM, SUFFERS FROM THIS UNBALANCE AND INHARMONY."