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Eating God’s Way: Nutrition Links

In the next 20 years over 50% of Americans will be diabetic and 44% will be obese.  Many children eat donuts, cookies, cupcakes and candy on a daily basis. Going through the fast food drive in is like getting an aneurysm to go–serious illness will occur as a direct result of the consumption of these foods. Change is critical.

I’m pro any wholefood plant-based diet  that excludes unclean meat, sugar, processed foods, and GMOs. Heart of Wisdom is the publisher of  Hope Egan’s excellent books. I also read books and listen to podcast by several authors.

Here is a list you can bookmark and access all the best nutrition information in one place. To get the most out of these, read the books while you petal on your stationary bike, listen to podcast on your daily walk.

 Author  Main Book Podcasts/ Videos Site Facebook
Hope Egan* Holy Cow: Does God Care What We Eat Life with Hope and Friends Biblicaleating.net  Facebook
Dr Rex Russel* What the Bible Says About Healthy Living Drrexrussell.com
Jorden Rubin* Makers Diet Beyond Organic Gardenoflife.com  Facebook
Dr Fuhrman Eat to Live Nutrition Wisdom w Fuhrman Drfuhrman.com  Facebook
Dr Richard Becker Foundations for Healing Your Health TV Bioinnovations.net  Facebook
Dr Josh Axe Real Food Diet Cookbook Josh Axe Videos Draxe.com  Facebook
Don Colbert Toxic Relief Colbert Videos
Divine Health  Facebook

*Follows Bible Dietary Guideline

Facebook Group

To get free daily health and nutrition information join Eating God’s Way Facebook Group

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How I Feel About Meat

There is nothing wrong with eating meat (clean meat not pork). There are serious health problems from eating meat from animals raised artificially (jammed in cages,  fed unnatural food, pumped full of growth hormones, and antibiotics). Meat should be less than 10% of your diet and organic. See The China Study.

Dr Fuhrman’s Food Prymid

Dr. Fuhrman’s Nutritarian food pyramid is based on the principles of high nutrient eating as illustrated by his Health Equation: Health = Nutrients / Calories (H = N / C). Low-calorie, nutrient dense foods are at the base of the pyramid, and high-calorie, nutrient poor foods are at the top. As nutrient density decreases, the quantity of room in the diet decreases.

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Nutritarian diet is a way of eating which bases food choices on maximizing the micronutrients per calorie. Read more here. 

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