Kellogg, John Harvey (1852–1943)
Contribution to Book
John Harvey Kellogg was a Seventh-day Adventist physician, health promoter, nutritionist, inventor, author, eugenicist, and entrepreneur. He was director of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, inventor of flaked breakfast cereal, and a long-time associate of James and Ellen White, founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. After years of struggles with denominational leadership over management style, philosophy, and doctrine, Kellogg was disfellowshipped in 1907, but he continued to maintain Adventist friendships and many features of an Adventist lifestyle until his death in 1943.
Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists
Hayward, James L., "Kellogg, John Harvey (1852–1943)" (2020). Faculty Publications. 3203.