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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • he will probably find that the child has been getting too little sugar
    • in the food he is given at home. Owing to lack of sugar in the food he
    • immediately becomes transformed into sugar. This transformation of
    • animal starch into sugar is a very important part of the activity of
    • must advise the mother to put more sugar into the child's food; in
    • likely he is being gorged with sugar; he is given too many sweets, he
    • is given too much sugar in his food. If he has been made voracious of
    • sugar precisely the opposite activity will come about. The liver is an
    • of sugar she gives him.



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