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Devotional, September 13

September 13 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am ADT

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HEALTHFUL LIVING

Chapter 18 – Diet

Cooking

#340. It is the positive duty of physicians to educate, educate, educate, by pen and voice, all who have the responsibility of preparing food for the table.—Unpublished Testimonies, August 30, 1896. {HL 77.3}

#341. You profess to be health reformers, and for this very reason you should become good cooks. Those who can avail themselves of the advantages of properly conducted hygienic cooking-schools, will find it a great benefit, both in their own practise and in teaching others…. One reason why many have become discouraged in practising health reform is that they have not learned how to cook so that proper food, simply prepared, would supply the place of the diet to which they have been accustomed.—Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene, 119. {HL 77.4}

#342. This [cooking] can be done in a simple, healthful, and easy manner, without the use of lard, butter, or flesh meats…. Skill must be united with simplicity. To do this, women must read, and then patiently reduce what they have read to practise. Many are suffering because they will not take the trouble to do this…. It is a religious duty for those who cook to learn how to prepare healthful food in different ways, so that it may be eaten with enjoyment…. What branch of the education of a young lady can be so important as this?—Testimonies for the Church 1:681, 682. {HL 77.5}

Proper Food

#343. Is my diet such as will bring me in a position where I can accomplish the greatest amount of good?—The Review and Herald, June 17, 1880. {HL 78.1}

#344. People cannot all eat the same things. Some articles of food that are wholesome and palatable to one person may be hurtful to another. So it is impossible to make an unvarying rule by which to regulate every one’s dietetic habits.—Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene, 157. {HL 78.2}

Homework:

  1. If you are not currently on a 2-meal/day plan, pick 2 days (between Wednesday and Saturday) to eat only 2 meals during the day, at least 5 hours apart, with no snacks between meals.
  2. Pick 3 days this week (between Wednesday and Saturday) to take 1 activated charcoal tablet/capsule each day. Log the exact day/time it was taken and the exact day/time you see it excreted in a bowel movement.
  3. Log your meals (“as is”) from Sunday, September 12th, to Sabbath (Saturday), September 18th:
    a) What you eat,
    b) How much of each thing you eat, and
    c) What time to what time you eat it.
  4. Test/adjust your new schedule to identify any areas where there may be room for improvement :-)
  5. Familiarize yourself with Cronometer (websiteiOSAndroid) your Fitness Watch (see the manual for details) & the VeryFitPro App (iOS / Android).

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Date:
September 13
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9:00 am - 10:30 am ADT
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