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Health


Bible Health

 

Rom. 12:1-2 says, "I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God." What does it mean to present our bodies a living sacrifice? And why is it called a reasonable service?  Read More >>

Bible Health

Gods Perspectives on Health

God is love. Everything about Him expresses His deep love and interest in us. He cares intimately about every aspect of our lives, even our health. This loving and caring interest is eloquently expressed by the apostle John: "Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers." (3 John 1:2)  Read More >>

God's Perspectives on Health

An Ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of Cure

 

A recent study found that preventable medical errors cause between 9000 and 24,000 deaths in Canada each year. These errors included health-care providers giving patients the wrong or too much medication, leaving a sponge in a patient, operating on the wrong limb, injuring a baby during delivery, or patients contracting an infection after surgery.  Read More >>

An Ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of Cure

Schedule for a Healthy Lifestyle

 

Health is about more than just diet and exercise. This chart can help you create a wholesome framework for your whole day. 1. Rise early and drink two 8 oz. glasses of water. 2. Spend time seeking God through Bible study and prayer. 3. Plan your day. Arrange to give of your time and energy in service; make someone else feel loved and appreciated.  Read More >>

Schedule for a Healthy Lifestyle

Balanced Living

 

Dr. Rainda gives good advice on balanced living. The word “Reasonable” can mean sensible, moderate, or balanced. God expects us to use our knowledge to act wisely and not to be moved by fanaticism, haste, emotions, or fear. "I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service" (Romans 12:1). This applies not only to our spiritual life, but also to our diet, exercise program, medicine choices, and home remedies. God, in His mercy and wisdom, has given us specific instructions in His Word.  Read More >>

Balanced Living

God's Healing Way Uses Natural Remedies

 

Throughout the Old Testament God directed His people to depend entirely on Him for healing. When King Ahaziah was seriously injured after falling from an upper window, he sought healing from a heathen god. The prophet Elijah reproved the king with the following words: "Is it not because there is not a God in Israel, that ye go to inquire of Baalzebub the god of Ekron?" (2 Kings 1:3).  Read More >>

God's Healing Way Uses Natural Remedies

How to Clean Vegetables and Fruit

 

Learn the best, natural mixture to use when cleaning fresh veggies and fruit  .  .  .   Read More >>

How to Clean Vegetables and Fruit

Parental Stress Affects Genome

 

The field of epigenetics is beginning to reveal the relationship between parental lifestyle or stresses and their effects on children and grandchildren. Historically it was thought that family genetic inheritance involved the DNA through the genes only. Now however, “increasing experimental evidence, now leads scientists to believe that other factors allow genes to be switched on and off in response to environmental stimuli. The consequences of which may affect subsequent generations.”  Read More >>

Parental Stress Affects Genome

Fever

 

A great number of people have completely misunderstood fever, and believe that fever can be dangerous in and of itself—especially when the fever occurs in a child. It's important to realize that fever is your body's backup defense mechanism when your primary ones—mainly your immune system—fail. Your first line of defense is your macrophages, which gobble up any invading microbes.  Read More >>

Fever

A Matter of Health

 

Are distinctions between clean and unclean meats a matter of health? Did God reveal them as health guidelines for the ancient Israelites and, by extension, for people today? Can consuming animals classified as unclean bring immediate or long-term harm to our health? Commenting on Leviticus 11-15, The Expositor's Bible Commentary states: "In general it can be said that the laws protected Israel from bad diet, dangerous vermin, and communicable diseases. Only in recent days have better laws of health been possible with the advance of medicine . . .  Read More >>

A Matter of Health

Coke or Water?

 

Feeling thirsty? Next time you are wondering whether to reach for the Coke or the water to satisfy your thirst, remember these interesting facts about two of the world’s favorite beverages. Coke is excellent—for the following uses: To clean a toilet, pour a can of Coca-Cola into the toilet bowl and let it sit for one hour before flushing. The citric acid in Coke removes stains from vitreous china. To remove rust spots from a chrome car bumper, rub the bumper with a crumpled-up piece . . .  Read More >>

Coke or Water?

Sitting is Lethal

 

There seems to be a growing body of research called “inactivity studies” that suggests that sitting is lethal. Why do some people eat the same amount of food as others and gain weight, while others don’t. The key is activity. The people who don’t gain weight are subconsciously more active. “We measured everything, thinking we were going to find some magic metabolic factor that would explain why some people didn’t gain weight,” explains Dr. Michael Jensen, a Mayo Clinic researcher.  Read More >>

Sitting is Lethal

9 Ways to Boost Immunity and Zap Viruses & Bacteria

 

So what is the immune system and what does it do for me? The immune system is a collection of mechanisms within  our bodies that protect us against desease. Many herbal supplements and tinctures exist to give the immune system additional support during the cold months (or any time your immune system is compromised). Of course, I have a few personal favorites! Here are the ones I have personally studied, taken, and highly recommend:   Read More >>

9 Ways to Boost Immunity and Zap Viruses & Bacteria

Live Like an Adventist

U.S. News and World Report published an article that cited studies of people who lived to be 100 years old and they gave ten rules for achieving centenarian status. “The biggest factor that determines how well you age is not your genes but how well you live,” wrote U.S. News. The list of ten include many of the usual recommendations such as exercise, eating whole foods, getting enough sleep, etc. But number eight on the list ties many of these recommendations together: “Live like a Seventh-day Adventist,” suggested the studies. “  Read More >>

Live Like an Adventist

Adventists Live Longer and are Happier than Average

 

The Atlantic magazine recently published an article detailing the reasons why Seventh-day Adventists live longer than most people. Featuring Loma Linda, California, the article pointed out that a vegetarian lifestyle, and in particular a vegan vegetarian lifestyle along with other healthy practices add to the life span significantly. Loma Linda is one of the “blue zones” where a high percentage of the people live to be 100 years of age. Loma Linda has a large grocery store that doesn’t sell any meat.  Read More>>

Adventists Live Longer and are Happier than Average