Restore Your Gut | Rebuild Your Terrain | Reclaim Your Health
The principles behind the program are pretty simple:
Eat truly healthy food, pure and unaltered.
The body has an amazing ability to regenerate - if you provide the proper tools and remove the interference.
The beverages, living herbals, and recommended foods that are highlighted in this program easily fit into the first principal. As for the second principle, Jordan believes that when you feed the body truly healthy food, your health will flourish.
Here's a simple cookie recipe that can double for a meal replacer. The name comes from the chapter in the Bible where Jacob sent his sons back to Egypt for food for a second time. Honey, spices (cinnamin?), pistachios and almonds were the gift of choice back then, and they are the bulk of the ingredients in these cookies.
No matter how “healthy” some foods seem to be, most processed foods aren’t. Store-bought mayonnaise usually contains genetically modified ingredients, but mayo is a key ingredient in my Ranch Dressing (from the What the Bible Says about Healthy Living Cookbook), which my hubby eats with lunch daily. Here's a simple, tasty recipe for making your own.
Is wheat our friend or foe? A diet aid or mealtime nemesis? A blessing from above or a curse from below? Is all wheat the same? Join me as I interview Sue Becker of the Bread Beckers on this controversial topic. You'll be surprised as Sue exposes major flaws in the Wheat Belly book, debunks the myth that wheat makes you fat, and explains the difference between hybridization and genetic modification. Leaning on both science and Scripture, this crucial teaching is for anyone interested in wheat-free diets, gluten-free diets, the Wheat Belly book, or wheat in general.