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  • Title: Cover: Nutrition and Health
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    • Two Lectures to Workmen
    • entitled, Die Schopfung der Welt und der Menschen, Erdenleben und
  • Title: Publishers Note: Nutrition and Health
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    • molded concrete that Rudolf Steiner designed. The workmen had
    • form of a conversation, with the workmen asking first one and then
    • readers unfamiliar with Steiner's fundamental writings are advised to
    • writings is absolutely necessary in forming a judgment regarding the
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • Rudolf Steiner: Good morning, gentlemen! Has someone thought of a
    • is to be got from lifeless elements — he would then only be a plant
    • the earth either if human beings were not here! So, gentlemen, we
    • breathe: that is also a way of taking in nourishment. You take oxygen
    • In the course of the earth's evolution, gentlemen, which I have
    • the plant, gentlemen, is a magician. It holds the carbon back inside
    • dioxide and sets the oxygen free. Think what an excellent arrangement
    • complement one another in this way! They complement one another
    • won't consider the trees at this moment) — of root, leaf and stem,
    • blossom and fruit. Now look at the root for a moment. It is in the
    • And now look here, gentlemen! The part of the human being that is
    • And so, gentlemen, if — for instance — a child is becoming weak in
    • moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the soil, the hairs
    • So now, gentlemen, you can say to yourselves: When I eat carrots, my
    • still greater forces. Now think of this, gentlemen: when I exert my
    • work, for movement.
    • himself by any other means. Only think for a moment how strong people
    • cooking the grains. And now, gentlemen, what happens when we cook the
    • raw, his stomach would have to provide a tremendous amount of warmth
    • But now, gentlemen, let us come to the fats. Plants, almost all of
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • Now think how it is, gentlemen, with this protein. Imagine that you
    • myself. But it doesn't happen that way, gentlemen. A human being has
    • have in us from proteins and other food elements. And we exhale carbon
    • Therefore you see, gentlemen, we must take care to bring healthy plain
    • You can see that it is also a question of giving proper nourishment to
    • We must remember that for long, long ages men have known that the
    • And you can see, gentlemen, when one uses mineral fertilizer, it is as
    • become so popular, or just nitrogen from the air — well, gentlemen,
    • foodstuffs are being obtained. It is tremendously important. You can
    • then it never happens that our body is missing some essential element.
    • are not made stronger by the treatment I have just mentioned. They are so
    • Question: Dr. Steiner, in your last talk you mentioned
    • reason, Perhaps I should mention that this person has never smoked and
    • gentlemen. And it shouldn't surprise anyone.
    • with tremendous liveliness. He said, “Yes, that colleague of mine,
    • Gentlemen, you need only think of this one thing: if animals did not
    • But now, gentlemen, what has materialism brought about? It no longer
    • Of course, gentlemen, when a person has diabetes, that is obviously a
    • And so, gentlemen, the most useful thing you can possibly do is this:
    • what he begins to like to eat and not like to eat. The moment a child
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