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Biblical Nutrition


“Let your food be your medicine and let your medicine
be your food.”
          Hippocrates   460-377  BC 
       And it shouldn’t taste like medicine too!


  There are three sections under Biblical Nutrition;
    1. Articles
    2. Scripture
    3. Reflection
  These have writings on this topic.  

   The book by Jim Tibbetts is groundbreaking on:
Biblical Nutrition and the Alleluia Diets of Jesus and Mary 

    Biblical Nutrition has a 3,700 year history, the age of the Bible, or at least going back to the original writings.  It has never been a major topic in the public when it comes to food and religion, but it was taken very seriously by the Jewish population of Biblical Times and still is by some today.  And Jesus Christ took it to a whole new level in the Breaking of the Bread which developed into the Eucharist today, the central focus of many Christian Churches.  It all started in the garden of Eden, can be found in scriptures, continued in the early Christian communities, then to the monastic communities and now in the broader general public.   

Six Sigma Soul Motivations!
This diet emphasizes the wages of cooked foods means a premature and degenerative death.
Develop a non-threatening personality.  By being different you already pose a threat to many people because it makes them reevaluate their own lifestyle. 

Alleluia Spirit Meditations!
In Scripture Jesus Christ required penance, or repentance to be preached to all nations.  “That penance and remission of sins should be preached to all nations.” Lk 24.47   The apostle Paul understood penance: “If you live according to the flesh you shall die, but if by the Spirit you mortify the deeds of the flesh, you shall live.”  (Rom 8.13)  
“Persevere under disciple,” (Heb 7.7) 
“Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth.” (Col 3.5)  
“We preach Christ crucified.” (1 Cor 1.23) and are “crucified with him, that the body of sin may be destroyed.” (Rom 6.6)  
“God forbid that I should glory, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ; by whom the world is crucified to me and I to the world.”  (Gal 4.14).

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