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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • blossom and fruit. Now look at the root for a moment. It is in the
    • contained in their blossoms, and most particularly in their fruit. So
    • particularly; and fruit nourishes the lower body.
    • organs. But cast an eye up at the plum and apples, at the fruits
    • fruits, as I said, we don't have to cook much — unless we have a weak
    • organism, in which case the intestines cannot destroy the fruits. Then
    • we must cook them; we must have stewed fruit and the like. If someone
    • has intestinal illnesses, he must be careful to take his fruit in some
    • fruits are the right thing to nourish the lower body, through the
    • protein they contain. Protein from any of the fruits nourishes your
    • prepared a mixed diet of roots, greens and fruit; they have eaten all
    • fats, but the forces from their fats. When I eat fruit, the protein
    • from the fruit stays in the intestines. And the protein from animal
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • fruit — it is chiefly in that part of the plant, as I told you on
    • keep himself healthy, it is really necessary to include fruit in his
    • diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he must have. If he neglects to eat
    • fruit, he will gradually condemn his body to a very sluggish
    • have said: Yes, the fruit gets worse and worse! And it is true. But
    • into the fruits and produces good, proper protein in the plants which

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