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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • are in all foods. Fats are even in plants. The third thing has a name
    • they are also found in large quantity in all other plants. The
    • in animals and human beings from what it is in plants. Plants contain
    • is to be got from lifeless elements — he would then only be a plant
    • — he must get his protein as it is already prepared in plants or
    • plants. But now this is the amazing fact: the plants could not live on
    • in the green leaves and blood. The green in the sap of a plant is
    • or animal kingdom alive on the earth unless plants had had a very
    • different character from those kingdoms. Plants do not take in oxygen:
    • Plants are just as greedy for the carbon dioxide as human beings are
    • Now if we look at a plant [see drawing] — root, stem, leaves,
    • blossoms: the plant absorbs carbon dioxide in every part of it. And
    • now the carbon in the carbon dioxide is deposited in the plant, and
    • the oxygen is breathed out by the plant. Human beings and animals get
    • plant keeps back the carbon, releases the oxygen and brings everything
    • to life again. And the plant could do nothing with the carbon dioxide
    • the plant, gentlemen, is a magician. It holds the carbon back inside
    • the plant and lets the oxygen go free. Our blood combines oxygen with
    • carbon; the green plant-sap separates the carbon again from the carbon
    • nature has made, that plants and animals and human beings should
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • in ordinary hens' eggs, for instance, but also the protein from plants
    • protein into our body. Healthy plant protein! That is what our body
    • protein is easily broken down. But plant protein, which we get from
    • fruit — it is chiefly in that part of the plant, as I told you on
    • the plants themselves. And that means, we must realize that plants are
    • plant comes to us out of the seed we put in the ground. The plant
    • manuring is what will give us really good plant protein.
    • strong. Then we get from the plants the substance that helps to build
    • up our bones. But we don't get a proper protein from the plants. And
    • the plants, our field grains have suffered from the lack of protein
    • only makes the roots of plants strong, but that works up powerfully
    • into the fruits and produces good, proper protein in the plants which
    • pasture come upon poisonous plants too — all of them — and if they
    • did not know instinctively that they could not eat poisonous plants,

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