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     Modern lifestyle has taken its toll on our digestive and elimination organs. Refined, processed, low fiber foods, animal fats, a lack of exercise and an ever-increasing level of stress all contribute to our current gastrointestinal health crisis. Digestive system and colon health have reached an-all-time low in the United States. Diseases of the digestive tract are on the rise. In 1994 the #1 Cancer among men and women was Colon-Rectal. LEARN MORE...

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8 Natural Laws of Health

     Beloved, I wish above all things, that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth. 3 John 2.
     Education in the divine principles of health have never been needed more than today! There have been many wonderful advances in science and technology, but there is an alarming increase in disease and sickness due to destructive habits and the over indulgences of our society. Today, habit and appetite are at war with nature. The results are seen in most of our lives as many experience some minor or major breakdown of their health.
     God's promise still stands - if we incorporate His principles of health into our lives, then none of the diseases of this world will befall us. Listed below are God's 8 Laws of Health, taken from the "owner's manual". Click on a title to learn more.
  • Fresh Air
  • Sunshine
  • Exercise
  • Pure Water
  • Temperance
  • Proper Nutrition
  • Adequate Rest
  • Trust in God
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    B E C O M I N G   V E G E T A R I A N:
    Why You Should Do This
    and How to Make the Transition

    becoming vegetarian     "It is a mistake to suppose that muscular strength depends on the use of animal food. The needs of the system can be better supplied, and more vigorous health can be enjoyed, without its use. The grains, with fruits, nuts, and vegetables, contain all the nutritive properties necessary to make good blood. These elements are not so well or so fully supplied by a flesh diet. Had the use of flesh been essential to health and strength, animal food would have been included in the diet appointed man in the beginning." E. G. White, 1890.

    Health, healing and nutrition: An important relationship

         A balanced diet and regular physical activity are the building blocks of good health. Poor eating habits and too little physical activity can lead to overweight and related health problems. By eating right and being active, you can enjoy good health and remain active throughout your life.
         Whether you are trying to maintain good health, or trying to get well from cancer, you should take a look at your eating habits and try to improve them. Unfortunately, most people in the western world, including many so-called vegetarians, get little or no real nutrition. With the abundance of food available to us, this should not be the case. But you should eat a variety of foods to ensure good nutrition. Good food choices can help to reduce the risk for chronic diseases, such as heart disease, many cancers, diabetes, stroke, and osteoporosis, that are leading causes of death and disability among Americans. Good diets can reduce major risk factors for chronic diseases -- factors such as obesity, high blood pressure, and high blood cholesterol.
         People require energy and certain other essential nutrients. These nutrients are essential because the body cannot make them and must obtain them from food. Essential nutrients include vitamins, minerals, certain amino acids, and certain fatty acids. Foods also contain other components such as fiber that are important for good health. Although each of these food components has a specific function in the body, all of them together are required for overall health. We need calcium to build and maintain strong bones, for example, but many other nutrients, such as magnesium, also are involved.

    Physical activity fosters a healthful diet

         Calorie needs vary by age and level of activity. Many older adults need less food, in part due to decreased activity, relative to younger, more active individuals. People who are trying to lose weight and eating little food may need to select more nutrient-dense foods in order to meet their nutrient needs in a satisfying diet. Nearly all Americans need to be more active, because a sedentary lifestyle is unhealthful. Increasing the calories spent in daily activities helps to maintain health and allows people to eat a nutritious and enjoyable diet.

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