Growing Up Seventh-Day Adventist: Getting Healthy

10 thoughts on “Growing Up Seventh-Day Adventist: Getting Healthy”

  1. Very interesting. I LOVE learning about other’s beliefs. Have you heard of Truvia as a sugar alternative. It’s all natural. Check it out. I recently was introduced to it by my Sweety and I love it. I can tell a huge difference in my body since I started drinking so much sugary coffee and sitting all day… so I hope that changing just that little thing will make a difference. It’s also healthier than those artificial carcinogenic sweeteners… said as I sip a diet coke. 🙂

      1. Ha. And that’s how I feel about Coke. Thanks for the previous comment, though. I love to hear about different religions too!

  2. I am enjoying learning about this religion. We were also raised “no smoking” to the point that my parents turned down the sound on the TV during cigarette commercials. This was when they finally got a TV after several years of wondering whether or not it was sinful as movies were also a no-no.
    In theory (and practice until recently) I have been an omnivore but lately I have been eating along the lines of low fat raw vegan. My body appreciates it.

    1. So funny! Movies were also a no-no for us. Yes, this religion was definitely something, growing up with it. I find it also makes good fodder for journal entries. LOL.

  3. When I was a child, some 60 years ago, my pastor was asked if he’d like a Coco-cola (my parents raised me in a Pentecostal church) . He said, no but I will take a Pepsi. I often wondered about that until I learned, back then Coke was made with coke, really!. Also, if Coco-cola can clean automobile battery terminals today, think what is does to our bodies. I don’t drink any sodas anymore.

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