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  • Title: Cover: Nutrition and Health
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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
    • forms starch and sugar in the healthiest possible way. Actually, the
    • their fields! They only need to have healthy bodies to start with,
    • healthiest food for them. They must first have healthy bodies, but
    • healthy digestive system, a perfectly healthy intestinal system, then
    • digestive system, so healthy that it is easy for him to destroy the
    • healthy brain, for just the opposite is happening: one is getting a
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    • Therefore you see, gentlemen, we must take care to bring healthy plain
    • protein into our body. Healthy plant protein! That is what our body
    • keep himself healthy, it is really necessary to include fruit in his
    • and their white hands. Human beings have a lively, healthy color when
    • Grains strengthen heart and lungs. A man then develops a healthy chest
    • and he is in fine health. He is not so keen on thinking as on
    • they had healthy lungs, healthy hearts, and so on.
    • nutrition; it has no idea what is healthy food for humanity. That is
    • I am somewhat acquainted with your own condition of health. I don't
    • father's health from your own. For instance, you suffer somewhat, or
    • aspects of health. Diseases are classified as arteriosclerosis,
    • He had weaned himself completely from a healthy instinct for what he

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