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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • anatomical-physiological study of the foodstuffs as they are
    • begin with, the course taken by food up to the point when it
    • of the action of the ptyalin and pepsin on the food the food is
    • We take in food
    • food,” but I think we understand each other
    • — we take in food from the mineral, plant, and animal
    • kingdoms. What we take in as food belongs originally to the
    • of nourishment is this: through the absorption of the food into
    • foods that have now become entirely inorganic so to speak, are
    • absorption of food is carried into the astral organism by the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • assimilation of food and so on. These latter rhythms are
    • metabolic-limb organism. This is because the food substances
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • must admit that all food introduced into the human organism is
    • in a mild form when any food is brought into contact, let us
    • daily food. This represents the most mild metamorphosis of the
    • to lead the necessary amount of food into the domain of the
    • force and the force proceeding from the circulation of the food
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • the transformation of the foodstuffs from the stage where they are
    • begin with, the course taken by the foodstuff. It reaches the
    • pepsin on the food-stuff, the latter is divested of every trace of
    • in foodstuff — you may demur at the expression ‘foodstuff’
    • but I think we understand each other — we take in foodstuff
    • the foodstuff is received into the realm of the various glandular
    • the assimilation of foodstuffs in man comes nearest of all to the
    • finally obliterates the external properties which the foodstuff,
    • the means whereby the foodstuffs (which have now entered the
    • that enters into man through the absorption of foodstuff is carried
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • are other rhythms, the rhythmic assimilation of foodstuffs and the
    • if, for example, we give the proper kind of food. But if, as a result
    • metabolic-limb-system. This is because the food substances assert
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • path traversed by the foodstuffs in the organism — that is to
    • transformation of the foodstuff up to the point where it is received
    • the food.
    • all foodstuff introduced into the organism is something which this
    • form when any foodstuff is brought into touch, let us say, with the
    • simply when we eat and digest our daily food. This represents the
    • the necessary amount of foodstuff into the domain of the kidney
    • say, too little of the foodstuff is being drawn up into the astral
    • the force proceeding from the circulation of the food-substances



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