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Does God want us to eat plant food? . . . part 4 of 4

The late LDS (Mormon) prophet Gordon B. Hinckley was kinder than I was in my statement yesterday that LDS people are mostly “grossly negligent” in their observance of Word of Wisdom scripture.   He said this: “I regret that we as a people do not live [the Word of Wisdom] more fully.”   The late […]

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Does God want us to eat plant food? . . . part 3 of 4

The LDS (Mormon) scripture known as the “Word of Wisdom” was delivered to Joseph Smith in 1833, at a time when virtually all men were smokers and drinkers, and no one knew those were bad habits.   The scripture says it is for the “weak and the weakest of all saints,” and it requires things […]

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Does God want us to eat plant food? . . . part 2 of 4

Words of modern prophets confirm what I said yesterday, that God put plant foods on the planet to but nourish us and prevent disease.   Ezra Taft Benson was not only the leader of the 8-million strong LDS (Mormon) Church in the 1980s, but he was also a former head of the U.S. Department of […]

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Does God want us to eat plant food? . . . part 1 of 4

I have noticed that many readers of my site are Christian, some of them born-again, some LDS (Mormon), others different denominations.   Many are devout followers of the teachings of Jesus Christ and his apostles.   Scripture  contains abundant  references to the benefits of eating the plants God put on the earth for our benefit […]

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teens drinking greens!

Anyone think teenagers won’t drink green smoothie?  This is my son (on the left) who was shorter than me at the beginning of this year and, I noticed tonight,  is now taller than me when I’m in heels.   (Who says kids fed a plant-based diet are scrawny?)   He brought his two friends over […]

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Eating right while traveling internationally . . . last part

We visited a coastal area of China where the average age is 79 years old!   People very routinely live to be over 100 and the area has become known as the “longevity region.”   I asked the tour guide what they eat, and he said, local vegetables and fruit, and seafood.   I saw […]

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Eating right while traveling internationally . . . part 3

On the cruise, of 841 guests, fewer than 5 percent were Americans.   The vast majority were Europeans and Aussies, more than 50 percent of the ship from England.   (I know, I know–you’re mocking me for how much I love weird statistics, I get it.) My friend Shari and I were each told once […]

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Eating right while traveling internationally . . . part 2

You can enjoy eating on a cruise without gaining 10 lbs.   Don’t think I’m on my high horse here, because if I told you I didn’t indulge on the cruise, I’d be lying.   If I said I didn’t eat gelato for dessert occasionally (it was an Italian cruise line), you’d write me off […]

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Eating right while traveling internationally . . . part 1

Hello friends–I am back from touring 8 countries in the Far East.   Getting trapped by the landslides that had downtown Hong Kong under water the day we left was pretty exhausting.   Fortunately, they held the flight (and 150 others) for a few hours due to the fact that lots of the crew and […]

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Consider vaccines carefully

Recently, the biggest government entity, the Department of Health and Human Services (governing the FDA and CDC) finally settled one of many claims by families whose children have been damaged by vaccines.   This came after years of dodging and denying that Thimerosal (containing mercury) may cause autism.  This is some of the evidence documenting […]

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