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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- quantities of their own homemade bread which contains the grain from
- then if they can digest the rather coarse bread, it is really the
- flour into bread. It becomes something quite different. And how has it
- carbohydrates, if he did not eat bread or something similar from which
- are, the more fats they have in them. So when someone eats bread, for
- instance, he can't take in many fats from the bread. He takes in more,
- leaves more fats than when he eats bread. That's how the custom
- came about of putting butter on our bread, some kind of fat. It wasn't
- bread. There again is fat, and that also is eaten for two reasons.
- When I eat bread, the bread works upon my head because the root
- foods, bread and potatoes, for instance work more on the lung
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