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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • already spoken about potatoes; perhaps we could hear something about
    • other foodstuffs. Some vegetarians won't eat things that have hung in
    • eat something, it goes through the mouth down into the stomach, then
    • Now the very first thing one needs, the substance one must have
    • protein without fail. The second thing one needs is fats. These too
    • are in all foods. Fats are even in plants. The third thing has a name
    • secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need without fail,
    • carbohydrates. But we still need something else: minerals. We get them
    • of all things the two most essential for human life are the green sap
    • the one other essential thing is blood.
    • Now this brings us to something very remarkable. Think how you
    • could also say some thing else. Because — remember the most expensive
    • thing in the world? a diamond — and that's made of carbon; it just
    • you know carbon dioxide quite well: you only have to think of Seltzer
    • recently been describing to you, everything would long ago have been
    • it back again. Man gives carbon dioxide out and kills everything; the
    • plant keeps back the carbon, releases the oxygen and brings everything
    • to life again. And the plant could do nothing with the carbon dioxide
    • dioxide and sets the oxygen free. Think what an excellent arrangement
    • breathing but also for food. And that brings us to another remarkable
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • protein. He also has the forces to build something up again, to make
    • Now think how it is, gentlemen, with this protein. Imagine that you
    • have the kind of memory that can take note of something, it uses its
    • these things do not go fully into our body, but only to the lower part
    • living things; they are not minerals, they are something alive. A
    • In recent times when everything has become materialistic, people have
    • knows that when he was a young fellow, everything that came out of the
    • fields was really better. It's no use thinking that one can make
    • If there is to be nothing but the mineral fertilizer that has now
    • But if something is lacking in the diet steadily for weeks, then the
    • body becomes exceedingly hungry. That is also something that must be
    • I have already pointed out that many other things are connected with
    • Among other things, they had no potatoes! Potatoes were not introduced
    • and he is in fine health. He is not so keen on thinking as on
    • breathing, perhaps; but he can endure very much when he has good
    • breathing. And let me say right here: don't think that someone has
    • person is not the one who can't bear anything but the one who can!
    • In these days there is much talk about being hardy. Think how the
    • not become toughened up when he is not able to stand anything; the
    • not the upper head. It does go into the lower head, where one thinks
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