Nourishing the Body Temple

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A.R.E. Press, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 164 pages
Edgar Cayce, the world's best-documented psychic, emphasized the biblical view of the body as temple for the spirit. The task of sustaining the body, through good nutrition and other means, is therefore a spiritual responsibility. Cayce gave thousands of psychic readings addressing health and nutrition. Today, scientific research has validated many of the dietary recommendations proposed by Cayce, notably his consistent admonitions to substantially increase the intake of vegetables and fruits. Food fads come and go, but the Cayce diet stands the test of time as a sound, well-balanced nutrition plan which supplies all necessary nutrients in a form that is easily assimilated by the body.

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About the author (1999)

Simone Gabbay is a nutritionist, a writer, and an editor in Toronto, Canada. She is the nutrition columnist for Venture Inward magazine and a frequent contributor to major Canadian health publications. Her previous book, Nourishing the Body Temple and Visionary Medicine, provide an comprehensive account of nutritional guidance from the Edgar Cayce readings.

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