Selected quotes about nutrition

Everyone can do magic, everyone can achieve their goals, if he can think, if he can wait, if he can fast. Hermann Hesse, German writer

Real men do not eat honey - they chew bees. Accused to American film actor Chuck Norris

Eat what is. Drink, which is clear. Red 'what is true. Martin Luther, German reformer

Many people have forgotten how to eat. You can only swallow. Paul Bocuse, French star chef

The discovery of a new food promotes human happiness more than the discovery of a new star. Jean Anthèlme Brillat-Savarin, French philosopher

There is only one pleasure greater than the pleasure of eating well: the pleasure of cooking well. Günter Grass, German writer

Your foods are your remedies. Hippocrates, Greek doctor

The food should first please the eye and then the stomach. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German poet

It is rightly a good roast expected to the good deeds. Wilhelm Busch, German poet

If they have no bread, they should eat cake. He was attributed to French Queen Marie Antoinette

God, what luck! A semolina soup, a bed and no physical pain - that's a lot! Theodor Fontane, German writer

Morning is the day when most fasting cures begin. Gustav Knuth, German actor

Where hunger prevails, peace can not last. Willy Brandt, German politician

Eating is a most unjust thing: each bite stays in the mouth for a maximum of two minutes, two hours in the stomach, but three months on the hips. Christian Dior, French fashion designer

Nothing will increase the chance of survival on earth as much as the step towards a vegetarian diet. Albert Einstein, German physicist

In our cows comes only water, grain and grass. Renate Künast, German politician

One should offer the body something good, so that the soul feels like living in it. Winston Churchill, English politician

Without health no useful activity; but to make the preservation of health the business of his life is the things of idle fools and hypochondriacs. Franz Grillparzer, Austrian playwright

The hunger of people in different parts of the world stems from the fact that many of us take far too much more than we need. Mahatma Gandhi

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