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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • already spoken about potatoes; perhaps we could hear something about
    • carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are found particularly in potatoes, but
    • But now if we compare a potato to a carrot — well, first of all it
    • looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant has a green part.
    • up the potatoes, the hairs have already fallen away. Only in the first
    • moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the soil, the hairs
    • are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are really eating a
    • reality it is stem. The leaves are metamorphosed. The potato is
    • But now, when we eat potatoes, first they go into the mouth and
    • by eating potatoes, I become strong. When I use my strength
    • I have already spoken about the potato. While it requires a terribly
    • have just given you holds good even for the potato.
    • Now to the same extent that the potato is a rather poor foodstuff, all
    • potatoes instead of cooked ones. If someone were to eat his potatoes
    • to transform those raw potatoes — which are almost starch already.
    • sufficient. So then the potatoes would reach the intestines and the
    • potatoes would just stay put in the intestines, for the subsequent
    • one eats raw potatoes, either one just loads one's stomach with them
    • potatoes undergo a preparatory stage through cooking or some other
    • either, and the potatoes go over properly into the blood and right up
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • which are to be found in potatoes, but especially in our held grains
    • potatoes, legumes, and grains goes over into our body. In fact, even
    • Among other things, they had no potatoes! Potatoes were not introduced
    • until later. The potato diet has exercised a strong influence. When
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little care of lung
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • not become widespread until the potato diet was introduced. And the
    • else is grown but potatoes, where the people live on potatoes.
    • food. I have a boy who won't eat potatoes.”

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