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- Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
- Now if we look at a plant [see drawing] root, stem, leaves,
- grain raw, just as they come from the plant. The birds would have a
- You have only to think of the difference if someone would eat raw
- raw, his stomach would have to provide a tremendous amount of warmth
- to transform those raw potatoes which are almost starch already.
- one eats raw potatoes, either one just loads one's stomach with them
- connection with nutrition for instance, the raw food faddists, who
- everything raw. How does this come about? It's because people no
- own. The whole raw food fad is a fantasy. For a time someone living on
- raw food can whip the body along in this situation the body has to
- why leaves can be eaten raw as salad. Whatever is to work on the head
- cannot be eaten raw; it must be cooked. Cooked foods work particularly
- we can say: the root nourishes the head particularly [see drawing above];
- Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
- diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he must have. If he neglects to eat
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