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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • And so, gentlemen, if — for instance — a child is becoming weak in
    • human body is arranged! — everything is related. And if one's child
    • has worms, one should realize the child has become weak in his head.
    • And so what must one do if one observes this in the child? The
    • will eat carrots for a while! Naturally, they will help children the
    • When a child sucks a candy, he's not doing that for nourishment. There
    • is, to be sure, something nutritious in it, but the child doesn't suck
    • craving just as the candy satisfies the child's craving. But it is not
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • your children, more particularly, your grandchildren will have very
    • children are “hardened”! Nowadays (in wealthy homes, of course, but
    • then other people quickly follow suit) the children are dressed —
    • well, when we were children, we wore long breeches and were well
    • the matter, and the children are dressed so that their little dresses
    • becomes strong when he works properly on the foods he eats. Children
    • had stayed a child through most of his life, and was still teaching
    • needs. Children often take a carrot up in their hands. Children,
    • There you have the gist of the matter. If a child has a tendency to
    • prevent them. You'll be astonished sometimes to see such a child
    • doesn't matter, the child trudges off to it anyway and finds the
    • carrots — because a child who has a tendency to worms longs for
    • observe a child when he is weaned, when he no longer has milk, observe
    • what he begins to like to eat and not like to eat. The moment a child
    • For instance, perhaps in your own opinion you are giving a child every
    • nice thing, and yet the moment that child comes to the table he cannot
    • way. For a child who jumps up on his chair to sneak a lump of sugar
    • not in order. Only those children sneak sugar who have something wrong
    • You see, if a child is watching all the time and thinking, when will
    • later he will sneak other things. If you satisfy the child, if you
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