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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • partly by adding them to our food, for example in the form of salt,
    • Minerals are not even changed. For example, when you shake salt into
    • your soup, that salt goes almost unchanged up into your head. You get
    • it as salt in your head. But when you eat potatoes, you don't get
    • The human being still takes his salt and his sugar from nature. He has
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • salt. A man takes salt into his body and it travels all the way to his
    • head, in such a way that the salt remains salt. It is really not
    • changed except that it is dissolved. It keeps its forces as salt all

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