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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • 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
    • animals.
    • animals. For this evolution has been going on for a long time. As you
    • or animal kingdom alive on the earth unless plants had had a very
    • they take in the carbon dioxide that human beings and animals exhale.
    • the oxygen is breathed out by the plant. Human beings and animals get
    • nature has made, that plants and animals and human beings should
    • and animal are able to form their solid parts, particularly their
    • to eating the grains differently from the way animals eat them. A
    • horse eats his oats almost as they grow. Animals eat their kernels of
    • or animal fats, it's not such a simple matter. When fats are eaten,
    • quite different that then goes over into the blood. The animal and the
    • animal have in them, there is nothing anymore of nature. They have
    • has fats in him (and this is true also of the animals), that is his
    • in, plant fats or animal fats, and through their destruction he
    • But now, as you know, people not only eat plants, they eat animals
    • too, the flesh of animals, animal fat and so on.
    • should also eat animals, and so on. One can only say that some people
    • plant fats to destroy. When one eats animal fat in meat, that is not
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • Gentlemen, you need only think of this one thing: if animals did not
    • them, they would all long since have perished. For animals in a
    • But there is something more. Animals choose with care what is good for
    • primeval pigs had to be forced to eat it! No animal ever eats of its

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