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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • eat something, it goes through the mouth down into the stomach, then
    • secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need without fail,
    • of the earth in them, and when they are taken into the stomach, they
    • carrot. All it needs is saliva and stomach secretions, pepsin and so
    • stomach. There the body has to exert strength to derive starch from
    • raw, his stomach would have to provide a tremendous amount of warmth
    • one eats raw potatoes, either one just loads one's stomach with them
    • means, then the stomach does not have so much to do, or the intestines
    • organs themselves. He needs a stomach, intestines, kidneys, and a
    • stomach for you, nourishes all your digestive organs in your lower
    • no use to him, for it had gone from the stomach into the intestines
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • still in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The
    • stomach — that will be the fashion! Fashion has a strong influence.

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