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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • and carrots, for instance: what effect they have on the body. You have
    • foods to the human body. Well, first of all we should gain a clear idea of
    • it is deposited farther in the body and finally we get rid of it; then
    • your entire body. If you go down into the earth where there are coal
    • graphite. Coal and graphite: they're both carbon. Your whole body is
    • human body. You could say, a man is just a heap of black coal! But you
    • diamonds hidden in our body. Or we are a coal field! But now when
    • the forces go out that fill the human body with bones, for instance.
    • harder itself, it gives over to the body the forces by which both man
    • does not then work down strongly enough into the rest of the body.
    • Worms find no lodging in a human body if the head forces are working
    • human body is arranged! — everything is related. And if one's child
    • body can really take it easy, for all it needs is saliva to soften the
    • stomach. There the body has to exert strength to derive starch from
    • food generating strength in our body.
    • particularly on the head — so, food from roots gives the body what it
    • contain carbohydrates provide the body with strength it needs for
    • body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By being
    • otherwise have to do later within my own body! Everything I do
    • externally, I'd otherwise have to do internally, inside my body; so by
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • salt. A man takes salt into his body and it travels all the way to his
    • — this protein is at once broken down in the human body, while it is
    • them all together again. That's what the human body does with protein.
    • his memory as a complete human entity; his body by itself does not
    • it into his body everywhere. Now you already know that we inhale
    • carbon and oxygen together in our body. We do not retain and use the
    • then are deposited throughout our body so that eggs we have eaten are
    • spread over our whole body. That is not true.
    • Actually, we are saved by the organization of our body so that when we
    • potatoes, legumes, and grains goes over into our body. In fact, even
    • these things do not go fully into our body, but only to the lower part
    • protein into our body. Healthy plant protein! That is what our body
    • needs in large quantity. When we take in protein from eggs, our body
    • fruit, he will gradually condemn his body to a very sluggish
    • see from various circumstances that the human body itself craves what
    • the prisoner jumps down at once to lick up the fat. The human body
    • then it never happens that our body is missing some essential element.
    • body becomes exceedingly hungry. That is also something that must be
    • naturally becomes unable to control his body with his soul and spirit,
    • and the body becomes rigid. Now it can also happen that someone has
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