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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- breathe: that is also a way of taking in nourishment. You take oxygen
- oxygen combines with carbon in the blood, you have carbon dioxide. And
- gas. So one can have this picture: A human being inhales oxygen from
- the air, the oxygen spreads all through his blood; in his blood he has
- carbon, and he exhales carbon dioxide. You breathe oxygen in, you
- different character from those kingdoms. Plants do not take in oxygen:
- for oxygen.
- the oxygen is breathed out by the plant. Human beings and animals get
- plant keeps back the carbon, releases the oxygen and brings everything
- the plant and lets the oxygen go free. Our blood combines oxygen with
- dioxide and sets the oxygen free. Think what an excellent arrangement
- But we must go on. The human being not only needs the oxygen that the
- Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
- Protein consists of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen and sulphur.
- nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, and sulphur. You see how it is? now the
- oxygen from the air and that this oxygen combines with the carbon we
- carbon and oxygen together in our body. We do not retain and use the
- oxygen that was in the protein; we use the oxygen we have inhaled to
- and instead of using the oxygen that was in the protein, we use oxygen
- coming out of the air. Also, as we breathe oxygen in we breathe
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