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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • breathe: that is also a way of taking in nourishment. You take oxygen
    • lungs, building them up, nourishing them through the fats.
    • we can say: the root nourishes the head particularly [see drawing above];
    • the middle of the plant, stem and leaves, nourishes the chest
    • particularly; and fruit nourishes the lower body.
    • there! for that nourishes our head. When we look down at the lettuce
    • fruits are the right thing to nourish the lower body, through the
    • protein they contain. Protein from any of the fruits nourishes your
    • stomach for you, nourishes all your digestive organs in your lower
    • When a child sucks a candy, he's not doing that for nourishment. There
    • of protein, he will be a well-nourished individual. This has led to
    • more they eat, the better they are nourished. Of course it is not
    • true. One is often much better nourished if one eats less, because
    • to be nourished with protein, for after all, it consists of living
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • You can see that it is also a question of giving proper nourishment to
    • begins to take external nourishment, one can learn from him what one



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