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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • slowly turned into starch by the saliva in our mouth and the
    • secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need without fail,
    • but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain carbohydrates, and
    • the carbohydrates are turned into starch inside us. Then they are
    • stomach. There the body has to exert strength to derive starch from
    • from the starch. Only then can it go to the head. So one has to use
    • transforming carbohydrates into starch and starch into sugar, I become
    • forms starch and sugar in the healthiest possible way. Actually, the
    • starch and sugar.
    • starch and the starch into sugar: that requires inner heat.
    • to transform those raw potatoes — which are almost starch already.

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