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  • Title: Cover: Nutrition and Health
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    • 1924 in Dornach Switzerland. In the Collected Edition of Rudolf
    • contained in The Evolution of the Earth and the Influence of the
  • Title: Publishers Note: Nutrition and Health
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    • working on the construction of the Goetheanum, a great building of
    • approached Steiner and asked that he speak to them about questions
    • form of a conversation, with the workmen asking first one and then
    • another question and Steiner responding impromptu. Steiner had never
    • In these works they will find a discussion of both the
    • soundness of the information conveyed by Steiner in a volume such as
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
    • question during the last weeks?
    • Question: Sir, I would like to ask about various foods — beans
    • Dr. Steiner: So — the question is about the relation of various
    • nutrition itself. One's immediate thought of nutrition is that when we
    • secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need without fail,
    • converted once again, in the further process of digestion, into sugar.
    • In the course of the earth's evolution, gentlemen, which I have
    • animals. For this evolution has been going on for a long time. As you
    • plant gives him, but he needs the entire plant. With the exception of
    • connection. A plant consists of root, if it is an annual plane (we
    • special relation to the mineral realm of the earth.
    • carrot. All it needs is saliva and stomach secretions, pepsin and so
    • there must be more exertion still, because sugar has to be derived
    • Now a question might be raised. You see, human beings have come in the
    • course of their evolution — shall I say, quite of their own accord —
    • bring the foods to a condition in which my body can more easily digest
    • intestines; in either case there is no further digestion. But if the
    • nutrition.
    • connection with nutrition — for instance, the raw food faddists, who
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • Herr Burle's question last Thursday. You remember that I spoke of the
    • four substances necessary to human nutrition: minerals, carbohydrates,
    • nutrition is with regard to protein as compared, for instance, to
    • have become an exceptionally clever person, so clever that you are
    • Actually, we are saved by the organization of our body so that when we
    • There is a similar situation with fat. We make our own protein, using
    • digestion.
    • You can see that it is also a question of giving proper nourishment to
    • So you see, when one speaks of nutrition one has to consider how the
    • in many ways. One doesn't usually pay any attention to that fact.
    • conditioned that he can endure any kind of air. The toughened-up
    • the best preparation for later attacks of appendicitis, they would be
    • more thoughtful. But fashion is a tyrant! — no thought is given to
    • stomach — that will be the fashion! Fashion has a strong influence.
    • But what is really at stake? People pay no attention to it. It is
    • in this connection it is especially important to know that a man
    • are not made stronger by the treatment I have just mentioned. They are so
    • them, they drip with perspiration and they can't make it. Someone has
    • weakest human beings are those living in regions where almost nothing
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