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  • Author:
    Ellen G. White
  • ISBN:
    082800627X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0828006279
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    Review and Herald; 4th edition (1976)
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    511 pages
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700. Some honestly think that a proper dietary consists chiefly of porridge. To eat largely of porridge would not ensure health to the digestive organs; for it is too much like liquid.

700. Encourage the eating of fruit and vegetables and bread. A meat diet is not the most wholesome of diets, and yet I would not take the position that meat should be discarded by every one. Those who have feeble digestive organs can often use meat, when they cannot eat vegetables, fruit, or porridge.

Bible based book on diet. Highly recommended!! I LOVE all of EGWhite books, they just make common sense for everyday living advice.

Ellen Gould White (née Ellen Gould Harmon; November 26, 1827 – July 16, 1915) was an author and an American Christian pioneer

Ellen Gould White (née Ellen Gould Harmon; November 26, 1827 – July 16, 1915) was an author and an American Christian pioneer. Along with other Adventist leaders such as Joseph Bates and her husband James White, she was instrumental within a small group of early Adventists who formed what became known as the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Smithsonian magazine named Ellen G. White among the "100 Most Significant Americans of All Time.

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Written in the late nineteenth century, Ellen G. White advocates a meatless diet

Written in the late nineteenth century, Ellen G. White advocates a meatless diet. Such a vegetarian diet will "secure the highest development of body and mind and soul. 457) 2 Corinthians 6:16 quotes "For ye are the temple of the living God. As God has said, 'I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people.

16 Counsels on Diet and Foods. the doctor and drug themselves to death. The Health Reformer, October, 1866.

This eBook is provided by the Ellen G. White Estate. Ellen White did not intend that her writings along nutritional lines should exclude the need for earnest study to find the best and most agreeable diet, taking advantage of a growing knowledge, and the experience and investigation of others. 16 Counsels on Diet and Foods.

More from ellen g. white . white: Connaître le Dieu Véritable. In assembling the materials comprising Counsels on Diet and Foods, an effort was made to include the full range of instruction on the subject from Mrs. White’s pen. The resulting compilation is unique for it presents the counsels clustered topically under a general heading, with no attempt to provide a continuity in reading. ELLEN G. WHITE, is the author of more than 130 books, many of which have been compiled and published posthumously from her extensive manuscript file.

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The first Ellen G. White comprehensive presentation on health lines was published in 1864 in Spiritual Gifts, volume . A topically arranged source book such as Counsels on Diet and Foods, although convenient for study, lends itself to certain types of misuse.

The first one deals with diet. Students may focus attention on one point of counsel and neglect others.

When Ellen G. White in 1864 began to speak and write on proper nutrition and a way of living that took into account nature's laws, average life expectancy in the United States was 32 years; meals, served three, four, or five times a day, were highly spiced, heavy with meats, rich gravies, fried foods, and a vast array of pastries loaded with sugar and fat. Milk was often supplied by cows poorly cared for and sometimes tuberculous. Testing was unknown, and pasteurization was decades away. Except for salting and drying, the science of food preservation was still in the future. It was in this climate that Ellen White, with a pen dipped in the wisdom and knowledge of the Designer of the human form and the Author of nature's laws, called for a dietary program that was simple, healthful, nutritious, and appetizing. To this end she spoke for fifty years, writing her views in articles, books, and personal correspondence. Nutritionists today are aware of people's resistance to changes in their diet. Yet Ellen White succeeded in changing the dietary practices of hundreds of thousands who today profitably follow these counsels, now well supported by scientific research. Counsels on Diet and Foods presents this rich knowledge in topical order for convenient study.

Rleyistr
Bible based book on diet. Highly recommended!! I LOVE all of EGWhite books, they just make common sense for everyday living advice.
I love this book so much I bought a case and handed them out free, and continue to do so. I also hand them out in health classes I do, so you can see how much I value the advice in this book.
Gavigamand
Although the advice given in this book may seem old fashioned,it was amazing to me how much of the information is still viable today. For example, Mrs. White suggests more fruit and vegetables, nut and whole grains and less meat. Many of the diet plans suggest the same. I enjoyed the book as it gave me certain insights on the foods I choose.
BOND
This lady had it spot-on 100 years ago. It all boils down to the fact that fruit was the original diet of man - not coffee, alcohol, meat, etc. Adam and Eve didn't know about these things or if they did, they certainly didn't eat/drink these things.

Of course, sin entered into the world so then vegetables were introduced (see Genesis 2)and the meat after the flood for Noah and his family. But I don't believe God intended for Noah and his family to continue eating meat. It was just until the vegetation could grow back again.

When you look at the life span of humans from Adam & Eve down to our present day, it is very easy to see that diet had a huge part in longevity apart from sin.

This book is highly recommended reading.
Madis
I used to refer to this book all the time, I am back to using it as my guideline. There is a lot of good, but also a lot of conflicting, information out on the internet now. This has always served me well in the past and it is time to get back to good solid basics. In spite of this, because of GMOs and other real-day issues, that has to be taken into account as well. I have gone back to putting 5 hours between meals and I feel so much better.
Ceroelyu
This book taught me the connection of food to the brain and helped me to stick with the Vegan eating plan.
Zieryn
Enjoy life to the full by obeying the laws of nature supported by scripture. These principles as timeless and as relevant today than 4000 years ago. Written more than a hundred years ago when the knowledge of medicine were in it's prime. Many of the concepts written in this book are only discovered today by modern science.
BlackHaze
Straight from the Bible.
Council from my favorite Christian author has been used by various peoples . as guide for health reform . Pridican coronary recovery program was based on this book