An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 6-10 Summary

With a client's permission, Gandhi loans money to a woman who wants to start a vegetarian restaurant. The woman doesn't repay the debt, but Gandhi still repays Badri. Gandhi further experiments with diet when he reads about a new fad in Manchester. He stops eating breakfast, hoping to get rid of his headaches. He dabbles in earth treatment, which recommends a diet of fruit and nuts and the application of a mud poultice on the abdomen. He finds that this practice alleviates his constipation. An article that Gandhi writes for the Indian Opinion, on the topic of dietetics and the benefit of living on fruits and nuts, is published as a pamphlet and is widely read.. The article also explains that no milk is needed beyond a mother's milk. Gandhi recants the part about the milk.

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