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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • of all things the two most essential for human life are the green sap
    • in the green leaves and blood. The green in the sap of a plant is
    • called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is contained in the green leaf. And
    • if it did not have its green sap, the chlorophyll. This green sap of
    • carbon; the green plant-sap separates the carbon again from the carbon
    • rest of it, the green part, is of no importance, it just sits there up
    • looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant has a green part.
    • needs for itself. Foods that lean toward the green of the plant and
    • But now let us think how it is when someone eats green stuff, the
    • stems and leaves of a plant. When he eats green stuff he is getting
    • in carbohydrates. And if the leaves stay green — the greener they
    • whether it has any root forces. Now the leaf, the green leaf, does not
    • have root forces. No green leaf ever appears down in the earth. In
    • green part of the plant works particularly on heart and lungs, while
    • the head. When we eat greens, they give us particularly plant fats;
    • upon my heart or my lungs, I make myself a green salad. And in this
    • prepared a mixed diet of roots, greens and fruit; they have eaten all
    • greens, their forces go to my chest, lungs, and heart — not their

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