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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- carbohydrates. But we still need something else: minerals. We get them
- earth. It contains many minerals, because minerals are in the earth
- constantly absorbing those minerals. So the root of the plant has a
- And the head particularly needs minerals. For it is from the head that
- the earth and contain minerals. We need the minerals for
- those are minerals. So you can see that the human being needs roots in
- the earth and have a large quantity of minerals. They have the forces
- rich in minerals are able to reach the head. Substances rich in
- minerals, root substances, give strength to a human being by way of
- And it contains particularly carbohydrates; not so many minerals, but
- We need minerals, and minerals are furnished by any kind of root, but
- them, contain fats which they derive from the minerals. Now fats do
- not enter the human body so easily as carbohydrates and minerals.
- Minerals are not even changed. For example, when you shake salt into
- You see, that is the difference between fats and sugar or minerals.
- himself cannot form minerals. If he did not take in minerals, his body
- When I eat roots, their minerals go up into my head. When I eat salad
- work. One must know that minerals work particularly on the head;
- Minerals: head
- Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
- four substances necessary to human nutrition: minerals, carbohydrates,
- of our head. The minerals we consume go up into the entire head; from
- living things; they are not minerals, they are something alive. A
- if one just put minerals into the ground; then only the root becomes
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