KELLOGG, John Harvey, Dr. [1852-1943] -- American physician
John Harvey Kellogg
Superintendant, Battle Creek (MI) Sanitarium (1876-);
Founder and president (1923-26), Battle Creek College;
Founder (1931) and medical director, Miami-Battle Creek Sanitarium, Miami Springs, FL;
Aided by his younger brother, Will Keith (who later founded the cereal empire),
developed dry breakfast cereals for use
in his sanitarium;
Wrote numerous medical books.
In the 1994 comedy Road to Wellville, Anthony Hopkins' portrayal of Dr. Kellogg
as a madcap, anal-fixated nut seemed way over the top, but apparently was spot-on.
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