Author: Annette Reeder & Dr. Richard Couey
Publisher: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Paperback: 368 pages
About the Book:
Did you know you can find the answers to many health problems in the pages of Scripture? Think of God's Word as a treasure map that leads straight to the healthy life you've always dreamed of. It reveals how you can move from a sickly, lackluster life to one that is full of energy and hope. This practical Bible study will reveal the truth about the foods you eat and provide simple tools to begin improving your physical, emotional, and spiritual health. You won't believe how much your life can change when you grab hold of the treasures God has provided for you.
When I received this book, I did not realize that it was to be used in conjunction with the "Healthy Treasures Cookbook". However, there is so much information packed into "Treasures of Healthy Living" that I wasn't disappointed, but instead, want to get the cookbook now!
This 12 week study takes you on a journey to make your life better through diet, exercise and your spiritual well being. It covers such topics as fruits, vegetables, meats, toxins, and exercise and even discusses how things like GMO's affect your health and well being.
This book is filled with so much information that I really want to go back and linger and do a more intensive study. I will say that I don't totally agree with all subjects/points of view, but it is such a great approach to scripture and food, that it is definitely worth a second look!
About the Authors:
Annette Reeder, a Biblical Nutrition Consultant, is leading people all around the country on an adventure with the power of food to change lives one meal and prayer at a time. Annette is a graduate of Liberty University and Huntington College Health Sciences and the founder of Designed Healthy Living a nutrition consulting ministry.
Dr. Richard "Dick" Couey-Professor Emeritus of Health Sciences at Baylor University. Dr. Couey has spent nearly fifty years studying the physiology of the cell. He has especially studied how nutrition, exercise, and stress affect the cell's biochemistry and physiology. Dr. Couey's students praise how Dr. Couey can make the complexities of the cell seem understandable.