Cereal Grass: "Perhaps in our zeal to study one factor at a time, we have disturbed the HARMONY which exists between other factors... This disturbed harmony will explain many of our nutritional failures. It might be time and money well spent if we would...take a few object lessons from the MASTER CHEMIST at work in animals and man, when they are liberally fed high quality grass...NATURE'S GREATEST GIFT..." ' - Dr. Charles Schnabel, 1935 Green foods have always been an important part of the human diet. But in spite of recommendations from mothers, doctors, and nutritionists to "eat more green", the typical American diet does not include one or more daily servings of dark green leafy vegetables. Cereal grasses are the young plants which grow to produce grains such as wheat and barley. Because they are such concentrated sources of beta-carotene, chlorophyll, fiber, vitamins, minerals and other food factors, the demand for wheat grass and barley grass has increased dramatically in the last decade. Here at last is the complete source of information on cereal grass. Included is a review of the research documenting why dark green vegetables are essential to the daily diet. Ronald L. Seibold, M.S. Ron is a rural sociologist who has spent most of the last twenty years working to save farmland from unenlightened development and chemical abuse. Cereal grass has been a staple in his diet since 1975. Years of research on cereal grasses and green foods lead to his sincere belief that wheat and barley grasses are the most convenient and ecologically sound sources of green vegetable nutrition.