Seventh-day Adventist

Seventh-day Adventists in general, have 50% less risk of heart disease, certain types of cancers, strokes, and diabetes.  More specifically, recent data suggests that vegetarian men under 40 can expect to live more than eight years longer and women more than seven years longer then the general population.  Seventh Day Adventists vegetarian men live more than three years longer than Seventh-day Adventists men who eat meat. For more information go to their web site.

I have been fortunate to be reading Ellen G. White’s book “Counsels on Diet & Foods.” Ellen G. White was the pioneer of health reform in the Seventh-day Adventist Church and began to speak and write on proper nutrition in 1864. To order her book click here.

Here are some excerpts from her book:

Regularity in Eating

Fruits, Cereal, and Vegetables

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