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  • Title: Cover: Nutrition and Health
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    • entitled, Die Schopfung der Welt und der Menschen, Erdenleben und
  • Title: Publishers Note: Nutrition and Health
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    • form of a conversation, with the workmen asking first one and then
  • 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,
    • nutrition itself. One's immediate thought of nutrition is that when we
    • eat something, it goes through the mouth down into the stomach, then
    • it is deposited farther in the body and finally we get rid of it; then
    • we have it complete. So, protein, as it is in a hen's egg, for
    • important fact about carbohydrates is that when we eat them, they are
    • the carbohydrates are turned into starch inside us. Then they are
    • Now when we consider protein, we must realize how greatly it differs
    • is to be got from lifeless elements — he would then only be a plant
    • deposits, you've got black coal. When you sharpen a pencil, you've got
    • diamonds hidden in our body. Or we are a coal field! But now when
    • head. When the human being starts to be an earth-man in the womb, he
    • order to strengthen his head.
    • does not then work down strongly enough into the rest of the body.
    • they have had worms when they were young.
    • of the earth in them, and when they are taken into the stomach, they
    • empty-headed, dull, can't think properly, then it's fine if you too
    • And then it has the part we eat, what we call the tubers, deep down in
    • hairs, that hang on the tubers. They fall away easily. When you gather
    • moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the soil, the hairs
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • and legumes, then fats, and protein. I pointed out how different our
    • in ordinary hens' eggs, for instance, but also the protein from plants
    • parts relate to one another, then you know how you are going to put
    • completely separated into its parts, so that when it all reaches the
    • laid out on the table. So now you will say, Sure! when I took that
    • activity when he manufactures his own protein. First he divides the
    • then are deposited throughout our body so that eggs we have eaten are
    • Actually, we are saved by the organization of our body so that when we
    • eat eggs, we don't all turn into crazy hens! It's a fact. We don't
    • become crazy hens because we break the protein down in our intestines
    • the nitrogen that comes to us in the hens' eggs; we use the nitrogen
    • needs in large quantity. When we take in protein from eggs, our body
    • In recent times when everything has become materialistic, people have
    • what substances are in the manure and then taking them out of the
    • And you can see, gentlemen, when one uses mineral fertilizer, it is as
    • if one just put minerals into the ground; then only the root becomes
    • strong. Then we get from the plants the substance that helps to build
    • knows that when he was a young fellow, everything that came out of the
    • and their white hands. Human beings have a lively, healthy color when
    • So you see, when one speaks of nutrition one has to consider how the
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