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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • corresponding symptom: worms in his intestines. Worms develop easily
    • in the intestines if the head forces are too weak, because the head
    • down strongly into the intestines. You can see how magnificently the
    • them. Then the digestive process goes further in the intestines. In
    • sufficient. So then the potatoes would reach the intestines and the
    • intestines would also have to use a great amount of energy. Then the
    • potatoes would just stay put in the intestines, for the subsequent
    • and the intestines can't even get started on them, or one fills up the
    • intestines; in either case there is no further digestion. But if the
    • means, then the stomach does not have so much to do, or the intestines
    • human being must form their own fats in their intestines and in their
    • did not eat; his intestines and blood need fats. So we can say: Man
    • case, because these substances are destroyed in the intestines and
    • organs themselves. He needs a stomach, intestines, kidneys, and a
    • they are easily digested in the intestines — and it's their forces
    • organism, in which case the intestines cannot destroy the fruits. Then
    • entirely destroyed. Plant fats don't go out beyond the intestines,
    • they are destroyed in the intestines. But the fat contained in meat
    • down in the intestines. And then one gets the forces from it. But the
    • moment the intestines are weak, one must get the protein externally,
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • still in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The
    • intestines, man does not have protein in him, but he has carbon,
    • become crazy hens because we break the protein down in our intestines

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