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  • Title: Publishers Note: Nutrition and Health
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    • working on the construction of the Goetheanum, a great building of
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • other foodstuffs. Some vegetarians won't eat things that have hung in
    • eat something, it goes through the mouth down into the stomach, then
    • we must eat again, and so on. But the process is not as simple as
    • important fact about carbohydrates is that when we eat them, they are
    • but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain carbohydrates, and
    • Now when we consider protein, we must realize how greatly it differs
    • protein too, but they don't eat it, so where do they get it from? They
    • breathe: that is also a way of taking in nourishment. You take oxygen
    • in from the air; you breathe it in. But there is carbon spread through
    • carbon, and he exhales carbon dioxide. You breathe oxygen in, you
    • breathe carbon dioxide out.
    • the oxygen is breathed out by the plant. Human beings and animals get
    • breathing but also for food. And that brings us to another remarkable
    • simplest remedy is to give him carrots to eat for a while — with his
    • will eat carrots for a while! Naturally, they will help children the
    • And then it has the part we eat, what we call the tubers, deep down in
    • are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are really eating a
    • So now, gentlemen, you can say to yourselves: When I eat carrots, my
    • in greatest amounts by such a root as the carrot.
    • But now, when we eat potatoes, first they go into the mouth and
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • Likewise I only need to eat protein once; after that, I can make it
    • eating new protein in order to be able to make a protein.
    • protein he has eaten into its separate parts and puts the carbon from
    • materialists describe it: namely, that we eat a great many eggs which
    • then are deposited throughout our body so that eggs we have eaten are
    • eat eggs, we don't all turn into crazy hens! It's a fact. We don't
    • coming out of the air. Also, as we breathe oxygen in we breathe
    • we breathe in from the air. And the hydrogen we've eaten in eggs, we
    • From the protein we eat, we keep and use only the carbon. The other
    • diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he must have. If he neglects to eat
    • for a long time. And the lack will become greater and greater unless
    • We don't notice this if we eat properly and regularly from day to day;
    • grains are eaten, the heart and lungs become particularly strong.
    • breathing, perhaps; but he can endure very much when he has good
    • breathing. And let me say right here: don't think that someone has
    • becomes strong when he works properly on the foods he eats. Children
    • are not made stronger by the treatment I have just mentioned. They are so
    • when they have to cross an empty square with the hot sun beating down on
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • eating a great deal of meat and eggs and the like. I know someone in
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