I will be blogging about my book: Honoring the Temple of God – A Christian Health Perspective, (pub. date 06/06/2008) for the next several months in an effort to get feedback on the book. HTG is a seemingly radical approach to natural health from the viewpoint of what the average person eats. However, what is truly radical is how we eat our way to disease day in and day out and then want to blame it on “life” or other “circumstance” beyond their control. The disease they have “happened to them” and where the responsibility lies is anywhere but with themselves. Nothing could be further from the truth. Everyone is the author of their own health or disease. Most of us would consider this a radical idea, but the truth is that if you are sick it is exclusively the result of your lifestyle you have led and the foods you have put into your body. What we consume accumulates either into health or disease. You, and only you, are responsible your own health. If you find yourself with any kind of disease of any kind it is because you have not honored the temple that God has given you.
My book, HTG, lays out exactly how we get disease in the first place, what we can do to avoid and what we should do if we do get sick. My seven component health protocol explains my entire philosophy regarding health. I’ll also introduce you to my Beginner to Master (Copper to Diamond) step by step progression toward incredible health, the kind of health most people only can dream of.
“Jesus speaks of the body as being the living temple of God and refers to his own body as a temple. His words are misunderstood, as was much of his message to those who lived in those times. The Bible states that health and wellness is found with God. If your body is full of disease it is because of the choices you have made. All disease comes from our diet. Our genes have nothing to do with whether we get sick or not. Disease does not run in our families due to genetics, but rather dietary habits that tend to lead to many of the same diseases.”
My health protocol is simple to understand, but parts of it are difficult to adhere to completely. However, I break it down into simple, understandable steps so that the average person do it if they are determined.
More information is available about the book at: http://ow.ly/sPXS