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Such a Much Better Way!

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Texte du rabat In his unfathomable wisdom God has created delicious, health-giving food, some of which is still available to us to... Lire la suite
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In his unfathomable wisdom God has created delicious, health-giving food, some of which is still available to us today. More accessible, however, is the "food" we all have come to love, that which has been altered, for reasons not related to health. The whole food plant-based recipes in this book are not just delicious; they are nutritious and cost effective also. Go with Elizabeth on an enlightening trip through two entirely different types of cancer therapy, one of which has become for her a vibrant new life-style. The bulk of this book consists of pages from her journal written as she lived it. Elizabeth Lacy Faxon was born in Virginia and now lives in California with her husband, Glen. Her childhood ambition was to be a wife and mother. Now, five children and 12 grandchildren later, she is enjoying a life-style of which she knew little for most of her life. This life-style change came about because of a cancer diagnosis, and has revealed to her a need in our society for Godly wisdom in caring for our health. Elizabeth's interest in health was sparked not only by her own physical problem, but by those of friends and neighbors. Her volunteer nursing home ministry for the past 31 years has put her in touch with the needs there as well. Now life is exciting and rewarding as she and her husband enjoy the good stuff that God has created!

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Titre: Such a Much Better Way!
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781607916222
ISBN: 978-1-60791-622-2
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Xulon Pr
Genre: Philosophie et religion
nombre de pages: 168
Poids: 218g
Taille: H216mm x B140mm x T10mm
Année: 2009