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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • there are persons who at a later age are weak-minded, one can be sure
    • their bodies for producing their own fat. You see, a person who eats
    • does go beyond, it goes over into the human being. And the person may
    • who simply cannot live if they don't have meat. A person must consider
    • vegetarianism! It must always be first established whether a person is
    • spreads out. One might think, therefore, that if a person eats plenty
    • necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • have become an exceptionally clever person, so clever that you are
    • Thursday — that is especially valuable to us. If a person wants to
    • naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every older person
    • some fresh air in here!” No! a person has strong lungs if he is so
    • person is not the one who can't bear anything but the one who can!
    • person who can endure all possible hardships is the one who has been
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • reason, Perhaps I should mention that this person has never smoked and
    • Dr. Steiner: So — I understand you to say that this person became
    • of a person in such a way that his arteries in general become
    • seem a little farfetched, but a person who has a tendency to hay fever
    • every single person. No two persons have arteriosclerosis alike;
    • be in the book: “a person needs from one hundred and twenty to one
    • Of course, gentlemen, when a person has diabetes, that is obviously a
    • different situation. The sugar illness, diabetes, shows that a person
    • any other person who writes for a profession — loves coffee, quite

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