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Nutrition


Ideal Diet

 

God's ideal diet for Israel is given in Exodus, chapter 16. "Then said the Lord unto Moses, Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you....And the children of Israel did eat manna forty years" (Exodus 16:4, 35). "When God led the children of Israel out of Egypt, it was His purpose to establish them in the land of Canaan a pure, happy, healthy people .... He removed flesh food from them in a great measure... .Had they been willing to deny appetite in obedience to His restrictions, feebleness and disease would have been unknown among them.  Read More >>

Ideal Diet

Food Combining

 

For combining purposes, foods can be generally divided into three categories—the “fruits” group, encompassing most of the high-sugar-content fruits we’re familiar with; the “vegetables” group, encompassing most common greens, tubers, and stems; and the “neutral” foods which encompass grains, legumes, nuts, and some vegetables and fruits which are compatible with either the fruit or vegetable category. These include cucumbers, herbs, lettuce, sprouts, tomatoes, . . .  Read More >>

Food Combining

Good Eating Guidelines

 

EAT GOOD SIZED BREAKFAST, MODERATE LUNCH, LIGHT & EARLY SUPPER. Helps with appetite and weight control, as well as reduced temptation to snack. Breakfast improves concentration and reaction time in mid-morning; light suppers encourage higher quality sleep, improved breakfast appetite and lower heart attack and stroke risk.  Read More >>

Good Eating Guidelines

Nutrition Tips

 

It's all about balance! Good nutrition is the result of a well-balanced diet - a diet that includes a wide range of fresh, wholesome foods, with nothing "forbidden" and everything in moderation! Fill your plate with colour! - Red, dark green, yellow, orange... even blue! Colourful capsicums, sweet potatoes, carrots, mangoes, watercress, tomatoes, berries: they're all packed with vitamins and disease-fighting antioxidants.  Read More >>

Nutrition Tips

Improving Digestive Wellbeing

 

Is your system running smoothly? A few simple adjustments in diet and lifestyle may be all you need to keep your digestive system in peak condition. There are Seven Golden Rules for Good Digestion. Rule No.5. Do as your Mother said! She probably told you to chew your food well. Chewing is the first stage of digestion: it breaks down food and signals to your other organs that it's time to secrete digestive juices. If you gulp your food, you miss out on a vital step in the digestive process.  Read More >>

Improving Digestive Wellbeing

Selected Biblical References to Diet

 

The Original Diet - outlined at Creation, while Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden: " I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seeds; to you it shall be for food." Genesis 1:29. The first modification on the Original Diet plan - given when Adam and Eve were excluded from the Garden of Eden: "And you will eat the plants of the field." Genesis 3:18. The second modification on the Original Diet plan - given to mankind after . . .  Read More >>

Selected Biblical References to Diet

Plant-Based Diets Facts and Fiction

 

In our meat and potatoes or hamburger and fries American diet, there is often concerned about the health of those who eat mostly plant-based foods. The following will help separate the fiction from the facts: Myth 1: All plant-based diets are about the same. FACT: No. Vegetarians who eat milk or eggs are called "lacto-ovo-vegetarians". Those who eat no animal products are called "vegans", or strict or total vegetarians. There are many variations of these two main types of plant-based diets.   Read More >>

Plant-Based Diets Facts and Fiction

Making Meatless Meals

 

Moving toward a plant based diet has gone mainstream in America today. Some people have successfully increased the "meatless Fridays" to meatless dinners three or four times a week or similar approaches. There is no magic formula for the number of meatless meals to eat. The best plan is to discuss your diet with a dietitian. This way, you will arrive at an eating plan, which will actually enhance your health. The following is a quick and simple method for moving toward a plant based diet . . .  Read More >>

Making Meatless Meals

Going Vegetarian

 

Are you thinking about making the transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet? If so, that's good news. With more and more emerging research supporting the benefits of a plant-based diet, along with fast growing demands (and websites like HappyCow that leads one to vegetarian restaurants and health food stores), it is easier than ever to become a vegetarian. Stereotypes project that vegetarians and vegans only eat lettuce and a few vegetables and that their diets are boring.  But . . .  Read More >>

Going Vegetarian

From Vegetarian to Vegan

 

You've already made the switch to a vegetarian diet, but now you're thinking about saying goodbye to dairy products too. If you're worried about taking the first step, there are some easy ways to make the transition a smooth and permanent one. One step at a time. The good news is you're already a pro at successfully adapting to a new diet.   Read More >>

From Vegetarian to Vegan