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  • Title: Cover: Nutrition and Health
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    • Steiner's works in German, the volume containing the German texts is
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • foods to the human body. Well, first of all we should gain a clear idea of
    • the human being is really related to various foods, one must first be
    • in animals and human beings from what it is in plants. Plants contain
    • animal nor man can do that. A human being cannot use the protein that
    • 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
    • of all things the two most essential for human life are the green sap
    • human body. You could say, a man is just a heap of black coal! But you
    • gas. So one can have this picture: A human being inhales oxygen from
    • poisoned by the carbon dioxide coming from the human beings and
    • can see, since long, long ago there could have been no human kingdom
    • they take in the carbon dioxide that human beings and animals exhale.
    • Plants are just as greedy for the carbon dioxide as human beings are
    • the oxygen is breathed out by the plant. Human beings and animals get
    • it back again. Man gives carbon dioxide out and kills everything; the
    • nature has made, that plants and animals and human beings should
    • But we must go on. The human being not only needs the oxygen that the
    • substances, the human being needs all plants not only for his
    • earth. It contains many minerals, because minerals are in the earth
    • And now look here, gentlemen! The part of the human being that is
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • four substances necessary to human nutrition: minerals, carbohydrates,
    • salt. A man takes salt into his body and it travels all the way to his
    • the way to the human head. In contrast to this, protein — the protein
    • — this protein is at once broken down in the human body, while it is
    • human being possesses forces by which he is able to break down this
    • them all together again. That's what the human body does with protein.
    • intestines, man does not have protein in him, but he has carbon,
    • man has the protein all laid out in its parts as you had the watch all
    • myself. But it doesn't happen that way, gentlemen. A human being has
    • his memory as a complete human entity; his body by itself does not
    • The fact is, the human being is involved in a very, very complicated
    • activity when he manufactures his own protein. First he divides the
    • materialists describe it: namely, that we eat a great many eggs which
    • how do we make the soil alive? By manuring it properly. Yes, proper
    • manuring is what will give us really good plant protein.
    • right manure is what comes out of the horses' stalls, out of the
    • cow-barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm itself.
    • what substances are in the manure and then taking them out of the
    • people return to proper manuring.
    • manure. One must see clearly that cow manure does not come out of a
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