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In 1841, students at the experimental school Alcott House (later renamed Concordia, though the building would retain Alcott’s namesake) began to print pamphlets called The Healthian, which would eventually be consolidated into an annual volume. The…

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Bronson Alcott's compassionate emphasis on plant-based diets and his progressive teaching philosophies inspired students across the pond to open Alcott House, an experimental school in London constructed on theories and philosophies that Alcott built…

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The Healthian was a "journal of human physiology, diet, and regimen" that was written by the great thinkers living in the Alcott House. The Alcott House was created in London, England, and was based on the principles and philosophies which American…
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