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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • cooking it for them first! But human beings have come of themselves to
    • cooking the grains. And now, gentlemen, what happens when we cook the
    • grain? Well, when we cook the grain, we don't eat it cold, we eat it
    • cooked first, the foods have already begun the fire process, the
    • itself: all the things I do in cooking, I save my body from doing. I
    • potatoes instead of cooked ones. If someone were to eat his potatoes
    • potatoes undergo a preparatory stage through cooking or some other
    • into the head. So you see, by cooking our foods, especially those that
    • are not going to cook anything anymore, they're going to eat
    • only their forces proceed to work, cooking is not so necessary. That's
    • cannot be eaten raw; it must be cooked. Cooked foods work particularly
    • we've planted, all those leaves that we eat without cooking because
    • growing on the trees — ah! those we don't have to bother to cook
    • much, for they've been cooked by the sun itself during the whole
    • fruits, as I said, we don't have to cook much — unless we have a weak
    • we must cook them; we must have stewed fruit and the like. If someone
    • cooked form — sauce, jam, and so forth. If one has a perfectly
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he must have. If he neglects to eat



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