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    • contained in The Evolution of the Earth and the Influence of the
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • peoples of the earth cultivate some grain or other.
    • Actually, to be able to live on this earth the human being needs the
    • the earth either if human beings were not here! So, gentlemen, we
    • your entire body. If you go down into the earth where there are coal
    • substance. If someday the coal that is dug out of the earth can by
    • In the course of the earth's evolution, gentlemen, which I have
    • or animal kingdom alive on the earth unless plants had had a very
    • earth. It contains many minerals, because minerals are in the earth
    • and the root clings to the earth with its tiny fine rootlets, so it is
    • special relation to the mineral realm of the earth.
    • related to the whole earth is the head. Not the feet, but actually the
    • head. When the human being starts to be an earth-man in the womb, he
    • head takes the shape of the whole cosmos and the shape of the earth.
    • the earth and contain minerals. We need the minerals for
    • the earth and have a large quantity of minerals. They have the forces
    • of the earth in them, and when they are taken into the stomach, they
    • the earth. Now if we would think superficially, we could say those
    • not have as much mineral content as the carrot; it is not as earthy.
    • It grows in the earth, but it is not so strongly related to the earth.
    • have root forces. No green leaf ever appears down in the earth. In



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