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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • converted once again, in the further process of digestion, into sugar.
    • them. Then the digestive process goes further in the intestines. In
    • then if they can digest the rather coarse bread, it is really the
    • warm. And it's a fact, that to digest our food we need inner warmth.
    • bring the foods to a condition in which my body can more easily digest
    • intestines; in either case there is no further digestion. But if the
    • the middle body, the breast region, but he must nurture the digestive
    • liver, and he must build up these digestive organs himself. Now the
    • interesting fact is this: to build up his digestive organs he needs
    • they are easily digested in the intestines — and it's their forces
    • healthy digestive system, a perfectly healthy intestinal system, then
    • stomach for you, nourishes all your digestive organs in your lower
    • digestive system, so healthy that it is easy for him to destroy the
    • can digest protein if one is able to eat plant protein and break it
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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