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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • deposits, you've got black coal. When you sharpen a pencil, you've got
    • could also say some thing else. Because — remember the most expensive
    • graphite in the pencil, and the diamonds: they are all the same
    • large expenditure of strength, it leaves a man weak afterwards, and
    • hard time getting their seed if they had to depend upon someone
    • cooking the grains. And now, gentlemen, what happens when we cook the
    • been entirely changed. Think what happens to the grain when I make
    • summer! There an inner ripening has already been happening, so that
    • stems (which are not ripened but actually dried up by the sun). The
    • unnecessary amounts of protein — well, then something happens as it
    • it happened with these two that the man's urine showed no sign of the
    • What had happened? They had stuffed the man with protein and it was of
    • becomes poisonous and poisons the whole body. That's what can happen
    • healthy brain, for just the opposite is happening: one is getting a
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • myself. But it doesn't happen that way, gentlemen. A human being has
    • then it never happens that our body is missing some essential element.
    • strong lungs if he's always opening the window and crying, “Let's get
    • the best preparation for later attacks of appendicitis, they would be
    • yet. Think of the amount of thought expended daily in this world in
    • and the body becomes rigid. Now it can also happen that someone has
    • habit of thinking was good for us. Later, as it happens in life, we
    • his plate, because science told him to. And what had happened to him?
    • happens, for instance, as it does with very many children, that he
    • another, and gnaws at his pen so that something will come out that he
    • can write down. Gnawing at his pen doesn't help him, but the coffee

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