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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- strong. Precisely through the fact that I permeate myself with sugar
- plant fats to destroy. When one eats animal fat in meat, that is not
- they are destroyed in the intestines. But the fat contained in meat
- is why he loves meat. He eats it because his body loves it.
- who simply cannot live if they don't have meat. A person must consider
- does decide he can do without it and changes over from a meat to a
- of living without meat. If, however, one does become a vegetarian, he
- Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
- eating a great deal of meat and eggs and the like. I know someone in
- in his earlier years he did eat rather a lot of meat. At seventy he
- say. He said, I weigh the meat they bring me, to eat the right amount
- doesn't want to eat meat, then the fact is that the child gets
- intestinal toxins from meat and wants to avoid them. His instinct is
- meat and can refuse it has certainly the tendency to develop
- intestinal toxins from meat. These things must be considered.
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