“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”, Hippocrates

Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat” Gen 2:16
“And you shall eat the herb of the field” Gen 3:18

God made our bodies and our minds and provided health laws for us to follow to maintain them. If we fail to follow the 8 health laws, then our bodies will suffer and become diseased.

God knows what we should eat in order to have good, strong, healthy bodies.

As our bodies are living, the best foods for our physical nourishment and health are living, whole foods created by God and provided by nature.

Eating healthy live food that is nutritious is the foundation of good health and recovery.

Whole plant foods found in nature provide all the food and medicine we need for physical health. These foods contain wholesome vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, fats and other essential known and unknown nutrients

The nutrients required for developing and maintaining optimum health are found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, seeds, edible herbs and legumes that are properly prepared and in adequate amounts.

  • Fruits are cleansers, are excellent sources of minerals, nutrients and enzymes, are easily digested, and exert a cleansing effect on the blood and digestive tract. They should be eaten alone or first and not combined with vegetables.

  • Vegetables, that are a root, stem or leaf, are regenerators and mostly should be eaten raw, steamed or baked. They are excellent sources of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Green leafy vegetables such as kale, collards, broccoli, Bok Choy, are excellent in fighting disease.

  • Seeds, nuts, grains and legumes are excellent sources of proteins, unsaturated fatty acids, lecithin, B-complex vitamins, vitamin E and minerals that help increase resistance to disease.

These foods eaten raw, when the life of the food in the form of enzymes is still present, is highly beneficial to the body.

Proper diet means eating healthy food in the proper quantities and at the right time of the day which are both extremely important in maintaining good health.