Creationist Diet: Nutrition and God-Given Foods According to the Bible|
by Gary F. Zeolla (Author)
What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet
and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific
research on nutrition and degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, and
stroke? These and other questions are addressed in this book.
Starting with God's decrees about foods at Creation, the Fall, and after the
Flood, and gleaning nutrition information from the rest of the Bible, this book
proposes four different possible Creationist Diets, presenting the pros and cons
of each. These different possible diets are also correlated with scientific
research. So information is given to the reader to decide on what type of diet
would be best for you personally.
In addition, foods are divided into "God-given foods" and "not God-given foods."
These lists are then compared to what foods scientific research has shown to
increase or decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer, and stroke. So the
reader can know what foods to include in your diet and what foods to avoid.
Osteoporosis and other health problems with dietary connections are also
discussed, along with dietary supplements, exercise, and related issues.
So this book covers a wide range of topics to help the reader begin to live a
healthier lifestyle according to God's design.
About the Author
Gary F. Zeolla earned a BS in Nutrition Science from Penn State University
(1983). He is the founder and director of Darkness to Light ministry
Paperback: 236 pages
Publisher: 1st Books Library (September 20, 2000)