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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • Question: Sir, I would like to ask about various foods — beans
    • other foodstuffs. Some vegetarians won't eat things that have hung in
    • foods to the human body. Well, first of all we should gain a clear idea of
    • the human being is really related to various foods, one must first be
    • clear about the kinds of food one definitely needs.
    • instance — but not just in eggs; protein is in all foods. One needs
    • are in all foods. Fats are even in plants. The third thing has a name
    • but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain carbohydrates, and
    • partly by adding them to our food, for example in the form of salt,
    • and partly they are already contained in all our foodstuffs.
    • breathing but also for food. And that brings us to another remarkable
    • other food, of course; naturally, one couldn't just feed him on
    • above. So the carrot is particularly good as a food substance to
    • it is not a matter of simply filling oneself up with food, but of the
    • food generating strength in our body.
    • And so one can say: food from roots — and all roots have the same
    • particularly on the head — so, food from roots gives the body what it
    • needs for itself. Foods that lean toward the green of the plant and
    • Now to the same extent that the potato is a rather poor foodstuff, all
    • the grains — wheat, rye, and so on — are good foodstuffs. The grains
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • have in us from proteins and other food elements. And we exhale carbon
    • fat. For the fats too, we use very little nitrogen from our food. So
    • foodstuffs are being obtained. It is tremendously important. You can
    • a stretch, usually get food that contains very little fat, so they
    • is truly capable of doing inner work on all the food he consumes. And
    • becomes strong when he works properly on the foods he eats. Children
    • nutrition; it has no idea what is healthy food for humanity. That is
    • grownups too, are sometimes forced to eat food that is not good for
    • food. I have a boy who won't eat potatoes.”
    • them. Have you sometimes fattened geese, crammed them with food? Do
    • ancestors had to become accustomed to all the foods that produce fat.
    • These things were taken up in their food in earlier times. But the
    • fairly sensible about our food and would order what we were in the
    • food or drink can have on our whole thinking process. It is so, of

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