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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are found particularly in potatoes, but
- important fact about carbohydrates is that when we eat them, they are
- but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain carbohydrates, and
- the carbohydrates are turned into starch inside us. Then they are
- carbohydrates. But we still need something else: minerals. We get them
- And it contains particularly carbohydrates; not so many minerals, but
- transforming carbohydrates into starch and starch into sugar, I become
- contain carbohydrates provide the body with strength it needs for
- also contain carbohydrates, and of such a nature that the human being
- carbohydrates of the grains can make him stronger than he can make
- Unless there is warmth we can't transform our carbohydrates into
- are counted among the carbohydrates, we are able to help our
- not enter the human body so easily as carbohydrates and minerals.
- carbohydrates, if he did not eat bread or something similar from which
- he gets carbohydrates, he would never be able to form sugar by
- forces. Then there are certain peoples who eat many carbohydrates that
- the consumption of carbohydrates. The human body, gentlemen, is
- in carbohydrates. And if the leaves stay green the greener they
- carbohydrates just as they are to be found in our most common
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- Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
- four substances necessary to human nutrition: minerals, carbohydrates,
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