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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • green part of the plant works particularly on heart and lungs, while
    • they strengthen our heart and lungs, the middle man, the chest man.
    • upon my heart or my lungs, I make myself a green salad. And in this
    • lungs, building them up, nourishing them through the fats.
    • greens, their forces go to my chest, lungs, and heart — not their
    • foods, bread and potatoes, for instance — work more on the lung
    • system and throat system (lungs, throat, palate and so on). Fats work
    • Carbohydrates: lungs, throat, palate
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • grains are eaten, the heart and lungs become particularly strong.
    • Grains strengthen heart and lungs. A man then develops a healthy chest
    • strong lungs if he's always opening the window and crying, “Let's get
    • some fresh air in here!” No! a person has strong lungs if he is so
    • they had healthy lungs, healthy hearts, and so on.
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little care of lung
    • lungs and his heart become weak. Tuberculosis, lung tuberculosis, did

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