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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • animals. For this evolution has been going on for a long time. As you
    • maintain the human head. And if sometimes you yourselves feel
    • hard time getting their seed if they had to depend upon someone
    • own. The whole raw food fad is a fantasy. For a time someone living on
    • fats from the plants. Why is it that sometimes a stem is so hard?
    • sometimes a difficulty, obviously: some people can't bear the thought
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • In recent times when everything has become materialistic, people have
    • for a long time. And the lack will become greater and greater unless
    • develop an enormous craving for fat; and when sometimes a drop of wax
    • times there were fewer journalists. There was no printing industry
    • our time, just to bring the newspapers out! All that thinking, it is
    • the time he was seventy. But now he is eighty-five or eighty-six, and
    • grownups too, are sometimes forced to eat food that is not good for
    • them. Have you sometimes fattened geese, crammed them with food? Do
    • These things were taken up in their food in earlier times. But the
    • prevent them. You'll be astonished sometimes to see such a child
    • You see, if a child is watching all the time and thinking, when will
    • at the same time that you're talking about the economy of country X,



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