Item description for Creationist Diet -- Nutrition and God-given Food According to the Bible by Gary F. Zeolla...
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.
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More About Gary F. Zeolla
Zeolla is the founder and director of Darkness to Light ministry.
Reviews - What do customers think about Creationist Diet -- Nutrition and God-given Food According to the Bible?
LOGICAL Mar 15, 2003
This is the very best and most logical book I've ever read on "Bible Foods".
Meticulous science Feb 19, 2003
It's good to see a book on nutrition that has applied the principles of science so vigorously. I'm sure that everyone who reads this book will start to feel better immediately.
Fascinating from two perspectives Jun 23, 2001
This is one of the rare books that is both theologically intriguing and of practical value for everyday living. Normally books that link religion to nutrition are not high on my list, but this one is free of sectarian bias and other complications I have found common among this genre.
The book presents four basic diets evident from Scripture and cites a mass of secular authorities on nutrition demonstrating the value of such diets. Of particular interest was the section on God-given and not-God-given foods. Many common, and unhealthy, assumptions about foods are overturned.
The pros and cons of each diet are honestly considered and when necessary, strategies are presented to supplement the diets for the best health. This book is definitely for the person who wants to think through his or her dietary choices rather than accept someone's "formula." With this book, you are not simply told what to do but are also given the reasons why.
The book is highly educational on nutrition, and the information is given in a very easy to read format. What I personally found even more fascinating, however, was the comparison of the diets of these ancient peoples with the most modern scientific data. Surely, their healthy diets are strong evidence that they did indeed have a God who cared for them; for there was certainly no way they could have known of themselves, in such primitive times, to this astonishing degree what foods were, in the long term, healthy or unhealthy.
Creationist Diet:: Nutrition and God-Given Foods According t May 6, 2001
First let me say I was very sceptical of a book authored by someone that has to put down others to make himself look good. If I had wanted a Bible study course, this might have been great, but it falls short on the type of advice I had hoped to find which was a solid, sensible diet for good health. My husband has cancer and we need proof that a system works. We will stay with the wonderful diet we found in "Gods Way to Ultimate Health" by George Malkmus. We attended their retreat and they DO know what they are doing!!!! One other great read is Consious Eating by Gabriel Cousens. Both are miles better than this book.