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Wallace Wattles

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Wallace D. Wattles's

The Science of Being Well

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Preface - The Principle of Health - The Foundation of Faith - Life and Its Organisms - What to Think - Faith - Use of the Will - Health from God - Summary of the Mental Actions - When to Eat - What to Eat - How to Eat - Hunger and Appetites - In a Nutshell - Breathing - Sleep - Supplementary Instructions - A Summary of the Science of Being Well - Contents -

Chapter 11 - How to Eat - p. 99

IT is a settled fact that man naturally chews his food. The few faddists who maintain that we should bolt our nourishment, after the manner of the dog and others of the lower animals, can no longer get a hearing;we know that we should chew our food. And if it is natural that we should chew our food, the more thoroughly we chew it the more completely natural the process must be. If you will chew every mouthful to a liquid, you need not be in the least concerned as to what you shall eat, for you can get sufficient nourishment out of any ordinary food.

Whether or not this chewing shall be an irksome and laborious task or a most enjoyable process, depends upon the

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