Foods That Heal

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 2004 - Diet - 94 pages
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Enjoy vibrant health by tapping into nature's cornucopia of vitality-enhancing foods. The author explores the nutritional value of nuts, grains, sprouts, and vegetables and explains the benefits and dangers of various types of food.
 

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This book is all about natural healing from eating the right foods that you should take when you fall sick. Is it not amazing to discover the healing facts from the nature that God created? Seventh-Day Adventist people are not cult. Don't just follow New Testament or just Old Testament, Study the Entire Bible And follow it if you want the Truth. Seventh day Adventist people are revealing the facts about health through God's leading. They did not create this book from their point of view. Kindly respect some one who wants to help you. Do not Judge. God bless you. 

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I am glad to be able to get these beautifully written and wonderful color
pictures..
I want to thank the seventh day adventist for their love of Gos and for His
people..
These books are full of love coming from God fearing people..and are a people
caring for everybodies health and well being.. You are a people of the
Bible old and new, for we know that if we omit the Old Testament the New Testament would not exist..
 

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The Healing Power of Vegetables
16
Nutritional Value of Nuts
22
Types of Vegetables
28
The Bitter Side of Sugar
34
Potentially Toxic Portions of Fish
40
Much More Than a Seasoning
46
What ls Not Said About Wine
52
Update for Diabetics
58
Lettuce
64
Red beet
70
Belgian Endive
76
Melon
82
Cucumber
88
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Doctor of medicine and surgery at the University of Granada in Spain.

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