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Slaves to Food: America's Addiction Crisis by Shiketta McCune shows how diet, addictions, compulsions, moods, and diseases are interrelated and it takes a small look into America's history. By examining certain scriptures in the Bible, it gives a theological Christian perspective and it shows the social, spiritual, physical, and mental health benefits of God's ideal diet. "Slaves to Food..." also gives revelation on what God has called us to do in regard to His ideal diet for human beings by looking at another ancient philosophy. This book is also a guide. It identifies what addictions and compulsions are and it gives seven steps on how to break free of any addiction or compulsion especially concerning food. It also shows how eating a healthy diet can be beneficial, enjoyable and affordable in the long run. This book is a call to society and its systems to embrace an age old life principle, to take action and to make changes in order to live in a better world.
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- Categoría Fe y religión
- Tapa blanda: 9781367224070
- Fecha de publicación sep. 18, 2016
- Idioma English
- Etiquetas education, health, overeaters, overeating, scriptures, social determinants, sociology, psychology, behavioral, behavior, moods, brain, slave trade, slavery, African-American, study, Old Testament, Jesus, holistic, decision-making, children, men, women, solutions, wellness, philosophy, spirituality, mental, detox, drugs, government, heal, ways, natural, naturally, healing, the human body, diseases, reversing, weight loss, Bible, compulsions, addiction, self-help, self-improvement, nutrition, diet, Holy Bible, christian, christianity
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