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DEOPLE eat too much and drink too much. EatI ing has become a habit with almost every one.
It is like taking morphine-the more you take the more you want. People gorge themselves with rich food. They thus use up their time, ruin their digestion and poison themselves. I eat almost nothing. I eat less than a pound of food a day, three meals, and just enough to nourish the body.
A man should eat according to his work. A laborer needs more food than a man of intellectual pursuits. My diet consists of meat, vegetables, eggs-in fact, anything I want, but in small quantities. I don't really care whether I eat or not: it is not my pleasure. One soon gets out of the habit of caring much about his meals.
Half the ills of the race come from over-eating. Half the people are food-drunk all the time. I have always lived abstemiously. It is a religion with me.
THOS. A. EDISON.
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