Why is Wheat So Problematic?

It seems when man gets involved in trying to make things “better,” problems ensue. When this happens I am reminded of this scripture: There is a way which seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death, Proverbs 14:12. The following has happened to wheat: Extreme hybridization of wheat has changed it from a four foot high grass waving in the wind to 18 inches with 50% more gluten. Norman Borlaug received the Nobel Peace prize for his […]

The Goodness of Grains

Unfortunately with the advent of the wildly popular Paleo Diet, God given grains have been vilified, outright rejected, and regarded as poison to the body. Why I do not like the Paleo Diet is for another blog,suffice it to say that we continually run ahead of God and His plan in saying that grains are no good. What is a complex carbohydrate? beans nuts vegetables rice, quinoa, millet, amaranth, buckwheat, etc., It is simple carbohydrates that are the true villain […]

Three Principles of Healthy Eating

I first read this book shortly after it was published and at the time I was still suffering with Lyme. I believe the information in this book was pivotal in my healing from Lyme Disease. Dr. Russell’s book on biblical nutrition created a major AHA moment for me, and as I continue to follow the guidelines of this book I remain very healthy. Dr. Rex Russell writes about Three Principles to healthy eating in his wonderful book What the Bible Says […]

Death by Sugar

Weston A. Price, DDS, spent his life examining the dental structures of people groups around the world. He documented the effects of poor nutrition on the narrowing structure of the face and the strength of teeth. He also witnessed the generational degradation of health due to poor food choices. On one of his trips down the Panama Canal he observed that workers on the sugar cane plantations would cut sugar cane all day while chewing on a piece of sugar […]

Low Vitamin D Linked to Diabetes

Diabetes is the fastest growing disease in America. Being overweight or obese increases your risk of diabetes. According to the CDC: 26.9% of 20 and older are obese 35% of 20 and older have pre-diabetes 26.9% of 65 and older are obese 50% of 65 and older have pre-diabetes 75% of adults are overweight!