The Bible Diet: 40 Days to Cleanliness
Elijah Publishing Company, 2003 - 186 Seiten
The Bible Diet: 40 Days to Cleanliness, by Rosemary Sue Ellis, teaches people to save themselves from Junk Food Armageddon. This eating plan is based on the first chapter of Daniel from the Holy Bible and the original Lenten fast. The Bible Diet is not for vanity. It is a cleansing program designed to improve individual health and spiritual awareness while adressing issues such as world hunger and the plight of factory-farmed animals. This title is unique because it allows each person to make a positive difference in their own health while contributing to global health. During the 40 days dieters must abstain from animal products, irradiated foods, artificial ingredients, caffeine and alcohol. The dieters are required to eat whole grains, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, herbs and natural condiments. Bee products are permitted. The author is a former journalist who has written this 200-page book in an easy-to-read style.
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