|Born||February 14, 1897|
|Died||January 26, 1969
Miami Beach, Florida
|Alma mater||Chicago College of Osteopathy|
|Known for||Advocacy of good nutrition|
Dr. Victor Hugo Lindlahr (February 14, 1897 – January 26, 1969) was an American health food and weight loss pioneer. From 1936 to 1953, he hosted Talks and Diet, a popular radio series about nutrition.
In 1940, he wrote the book You Are What You Eat, one of the earliest texts of the health food movement in the United States, which sold over half a million copies. His book is also credited for popularizing the expression.
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