In 1864, they climbed Mt. Faulhorn in the Swiss Alps. Prior to the climb, they eliminated  protein from their diet, reasoning that nonprotein nutrients  would have to supply them energy.  McArdle, William D.; Katch, Frank I.; Katch, Victor L. (2014-05-01). Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance (Page xxxii). LWW. Kindle Edition.

In 1864, they climbed Mt. Faulhorn in the Swiss Alps. Prior to the climb, they eliminated protein from their diet, reasoning that nonprotein nutrients would have to supply them energy. McArdle, William D.; Katch, Frank I.; Katch, Victor L. (2014-05-01). Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance (Page xxxii). LWW. Kindle Edition.

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The Barrage de Grande Dixence, the world's largest dam

The Barrage de Grande Dixence, the world's largest dam

Looking down from Mannlichen to Grindelwald, Swiss Alps, with the Eiger and Monch in the background, Canton Bern, Switzerland

Looking down from Mannlichen to Grindelwald, Swiss Alps, with the Eiger and Monch in the background, Canton Bern, Switzerland

Oeschinen Lake, Kandersteg, Switzerland - Swiss alps and their...

Oeschinen Lake, Kandersteg, Switzerland — by Thiago Romão

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