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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • the air, like beans or peas. And when one looks at a field of grain,
    • one wonders how the various grains differ — for apparently all the
    • peoples of the earth cultivate some grain or other.
    • the grains — wheat, rye, and so on — are good foodstuffs. The grains
    • carbohydrates of the grains can make him stronger than he can make
    • quantities of their own homemade bread which contains the grain from
    • to eating the grains differently from the way animals eat them. A
    • grain raw, just as they come from the plant. The birds would have a
    • 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
    • been entirely changed. Think what happens to the grain when I make
    • When we look out at our grain fields we can say, Good that they are
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • which are to be found in potatoes, but especially in our held grains
    • potatoes, legumes, and grains goes over into our body. In fact, even
    • the plants, our field grains have suffered from the lack of protein
    • grains are eaten, the heart and lungs become particularly strong.
    • Grains strengthen heart and lungs. A man then develops a healthy chest

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