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One of the most popular fasts in recent years has been the Daniel Fast, a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet's fasts recorded in Daniel 1 and Daniel 10.. The Daniel Fast is a partial fast, in which certain foods are restricted and others are consumed. This fast is similar to a 'purified' vegan diet; in addition to the exclusion of all an One of the most popular fasts in recent years has been the Daniel Fast, a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet's fasts recorded in Daniel 1 and Daniel 10.. The Daniel Fast is a partial fast, in which certain foods are restricted and others are consumed. This fast is similar to a 'purified' vegan diet; in addition to the exclusion of all animal products, no additives, preservatives, sweeteners, caffeine, alcohol, white flour, or processed foods are allowed. With the Daniel Fast people can eat as much Daniel-Fast-friendly food as they would like. Though most people begin the Daniel Fast for a spiritual purpose, many are amazed by the physical transformation that takes place. Many with high cholesterol experience a drop to healthy levels; people who have wrestled with weight issues are suddenly able to lose weight. The vast majority of participants in the Daniel Fast report a general sense of well-being and increased energy. Recent published scientific studies of the Daniel Fast have documented many of the same findings, with additional benefits, such as a reduction in systemic inflammation, a reduction in blood pressure, and an improvement in antioxidant defenses. The Daniel Cure will help readers take the next step by focusing on the health benefits of the Daniel Fast. By following the advice in this book, readers will convert the Daniel Fast from a once-a-year spiritual discipline into a new way of life that can begin any time of the year. In a nation suffering an epidemic of obesity and its resulting ills, The Daniel Cure may be just what the Great Physician ordered. Includes a 21-Day Daniel Cure Devotional, Frequently Asked Questions, ten chapters of recipes, a recipe index, and an appendix detailing 'The Science behind the Daniel Fast.'


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One of the most popular fasts in recent years has been the Daniel Fast, a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet's fasts recorded in Daniel 1 and Daniel 10.. The Daniel Fast is a partial fast, in which certain foods are restricted and others are consumed. This fast is similar to a 'purified' vegan diet; in addition to the exclusion of all an One of the most popular fasts in recent years has been the Daniel Fast, a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet's fasts recorded in Daniel 1 and Daniel 10.. The Daniel Fast is a partial fast, in which certain foods are restricted and others are consumed. This fast is similar to a 'purified' vegan diet; in addition to the exclusion of all animal products, no additives, preservatives, sweeteners, caffeine, alcohol, white flour, or processed foods are allowed. With the Daniel Fast people can eat as much Daniel-Fast-friendly food as they would like. Though most people begin the Daniel Fast for a spiritual purpose, many are amazed by the physical transformation that takes place. Many with high cholesterol experience a drop to healthy levels; people who have wrestled with weight issues are suddenly able to lose weight. The vast majority of participants in the Daniel Fast report a general sense of well-being and increased energy. Recent published scientific studies of the Daniel Fast have documented many of the same findings, with additional benefits, such as a reduction in systemic inflammation, a reduction in blood pressure, and an improvement in antioxidant defenses. The Daniel Cure will help readers take the next step by focusing on the health benefits of the Daniel Fast. By following the advice in this book, readers will convert the Daniel Fast from a once-a-year spiritual discipline into a new way of life that can begin any time of the year. In a nation suffering an epidemic of obesity and its resulting ills, The Daniel Cure may be just what the Great Physician ordered. Includes a 21-Day Daniel Cure Devotional, Frequently Asked Questions, ten chapters of recipes, a recipe index, and an appendix detailing 'The Science behind the Daniel Fast.'

30 review for The Daniel Cure: A Guide to Improving Your Physical and Spiritual Health

  1. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Garrett

    The Daniel Cure by Susan Gregory is not to be confused with The Daniel Plan by Rick Warren is a healthy-eating/living/diet book based on the book of Daniel in the Bible. A number of years ago Susan Gregory experienced great success with following a diet like the one mentioned in Daniel chapter 1. If you're not familiar with that, Daniel along with other young Jewish men were taken captive to Babylon under Nebuchadnezzar. Knowing that the food from the king's table had been sacrificed to idols, a The Daniel Cure by Susan Gregory is not to be confused with The Daniel Plan by Rick Warren is a healthy-eating/living/diet book based on the book of Daniel in the Bible. A number of years ago Susan Gregory experienced great success with following a diet like the one mentioned in Daniel chapter 1. If you're not familiar with that, Daniel along with other young Jewish men were taken captive to Babylon under Nebuchadnezzar. Knowing that the food from the king's table had been sacrificed to idols, and wanting to keep themselves pure, Daniel and two of his friends choose to eat only vegetables and drink only water. The chief of the eunuchs was afraid that he would be in trouble with the king if he allowed Daniel and his friends to eat this way because they would not be as healthy as the rest. Daniel convinced him to let them try it for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Daniel and his friends were healthier than the others who did not follow this diet. I found this book to be both a mix of good and bad information. Good in that I learned things I had not previously learned in my study of nutrition. For example, one thing I learned (or probably re-learned) was how the blood is pumped from the heart. And just how many times the heart pumps the blood throughout the body every day. The heart pumps the blood from and to the heart every minute that you are resting, faster if you're active. And bad because the book claims that you will feel amazing as soon as you start eating a healthy diet of vegetables. That just isn't true at least not for most people. Most people will experience a time of feeling horrible with flu-like symptoms as the body rids itself of toxins. I liked the good information. I will keep this book around and refer to it as it will be a great reference. If you, like myself, follow a paleo type of diet, and are thinking this book will be a great addition to your paleo cookbooks, let me save you the $22.99 and tell you it's not. I was not able to prepare any of the recipes in the book as they contain ingredients I can not eat. According to the Biblical account of Daniels' "diet" (which by the way was not to "get healthy" but was in fact no defile himself with food sacrificed to idols), he ate only vegetables and drank only water, he did not eat grains. Or he might have, I wasn't there. But this book uses both vegetables AND grains. So sorry, Paleo people, it's not for you. I received a free copy of this book from the BookLook Bloggers for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    As much as I wanted to like this book, as a Nutritionist, I couldn't continue to read the recommendations based on outdated science. Gone are the days of low fat, low calorie, move more. I definitely believe there is a time for fasting for spiritual health, but as far as "The Daniel Cure" for a lifelong plan for a healthy way of eating, I respectfully disagree. As much as I wanted to like this book, as a Nutritionist, I couldn't continue to read the recommendations based on outdated science. Gone are the days of low fat, low calorie, move more. I definitely believe there is a time for fasting for spiritual health, but as far as "The Daniel Cure" for a lifelong plan for a healthy way of eating, I respectfully disagree.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    2/10 No effort was put forth in this book. Its not that it was bad, but that it was essentially intentionally so. I can't help but think that the author might literally not have read the book of Daniel, from which the title, and not much else of this book, is derived. I feel this must be the case, as somehow, Gregory did not realize that the story in Daniel, and the diet therein, is specifically mentioned because of its incongruity to the original audience. To the audience, anyone would expect a 2/10 No effort was put forth in this book. Its not that it was bad, but that it was essentially intentionally so. I can't help but think that the author might literally not have read the book of Daniel, from which the title, and not much else of this book, is derived. I feel this must be the case, as somehow, Gregory did not realize that the story in Daniel, and the diet therein, is specifically mentioned because of its incongruity to the original audience. To the audience, anyone would expect a diet of meats, grains and wine to be super to one of vegetables and water. In the Biblical text, it is clear that this is a divine act, showing Gods favor for Daniel, rather then Gods favorite diet. Even if this was not the case however, this is still a terribly written book, that combines pseudo self help theology with terrible diet advice. The only reason it isn't one star is that yes, it is generally good advice to eat more vegetables. In this regard, you would be better off listening to Michael Pollan, who gives the admittedly non-shocking advice of "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants." I would add one thing to this list If I could, "and avoid reading the Daniel Cure".

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This is a comprehensive breakdown of one person's interpretation of the Daniel Fast, as first found in the Book of Daniel. The book goes so far as to suggest that you can adapt the Daniel Fast, weaving in the spiritual side of the fast, to have lifetime health. This adaptation allows the reader to eat high quality meats and animal products for a lifetime, rather than just the vegan Daniel Fast for the short term fast. There are several examples and testimonies, which are helpful. Obviously, as t This is a comprehensive breakdown of one person's interpretation of the Daniel Fast, as first found in the Book of Daniel. The book goes so far as to suggest that you can adapt the Daniel Fast, weaving in the spiritual side of the fast, to have lifetime health. This adaptation allows the reader to eat high quality meats and animal products for a lifetime, rather than just the vegan Daniel Fast for the short term fast. There are several examples and testimonies, which are helpful. Obviously, as this book attests, the healthiest physical diet is fresh fruits, vegetables, and high quality animal products, as provided by God. Don't forget to focus it on the spiritual side. This book doesn't get five stars because it leans a little too heavy on the diet book side, rather than focusing on the benefits of fasting for spiritual reasons.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ntombezinhle Nzama

    Very informative This book is very informative. I like how they explained the Daniel fast but also went inept on how changing the way you eat can transform your health in various ways.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rev. Dr. Juanita Brower

    Excellent This book helped to show the how-to in participating in the Daniel Fast & beyond. It answered questions several questions that has been asked of me that I can better respond to now.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Rivera

    First of all let me explain what three stars means to me (and Goodreads): "I liked the book." Four stars would have been "really liked," and five stars would have been "it's amazing." I'm not a huge fan of the star system because what three stars means to me is entirely different than what it means to someone else. Often I have just given five stars because I hate giving anything less. So let me explain why I chose to give three stars this time… The Daniel Cure is a truly wonderful book about tak First of all let me explain what three stars means to me (and Goodreads): "I liked the book." Four stars would have been "really liked," and five stars would have been "it's amazing." I'm not a huge fan of the star system because what three stars means to me is entirely different than what it means to someone else. Often I have just given five stars because I hate giving anything less. So let me explain why I chose to give three stars this time… The Daniel Cure is a truly wonderful book about taking the Daniel Fast--which has done amazing things in people's physical and spiritual health--and making it a lifestyle with a few modifications. The Daniel Cure allows consumption of minimally processed animal products, some natural sweeteners, and coffee/tea. It also has a couple of built in "cheat" meals. Overall, I believe this is the BEST approach to gaining a healthily lifestyle I have ever read. And there is no doubt that the Daniel Cure is both doable and highly successful. So, again, why would I give a book I clearly think is very good three stars? Here we go: I was a bit disappointed with the "Your Body Matters" chapter. It is wonderful for anyone who is struggling with being overweight, and it helped me a bit too. I guess I was just expecting that those who struggle with all sorts of body image issues and not just those who struggle with overeating would be included--and I didn't feel they were. Still, that was not my reason for three stars. My real issue with the book was the blanket statement that an animal based diet is "better" for you than a plant based diet. Why? I didn't feel the authors gave a good enough explanation, especially when books like The China Study have done such in depth studies into the matter and have shown that plant based diets are just as good if not, "better" than animal based diets. Am I saying everyone needs to be vegan to be healthy--no. My issue was the lack of proof to a blanket statement made by one of the authors, especially when he did such a great job on proving that the Daniel Cure significantly improves participants overall health. Why the lack of information to back up this statement? So, my overall recommendation is that if you want to get healthier (even if you are already really healthy), read it. The book inspired me to incorporate more whole foods and less processed foods into my diet. I'm really looking at the ingredients on food labels now--even on cheat items. I believe America's health profile can be significantly changed by adopting a lifestyle of eating whole, minimally processed, foods. And I believe The Daniel Cure is an easy, effective way to implement such a lifestyle change. Thank you to BookSneeze for a complimentary copy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mary Blowers

    The Daniel Fast book and program has been successfully and aggressively marketed to very high acclaim. Now comes the sequel, The Daniel Cure, which is the “maintenance” version of this popular eating for spiritual growth plan. In the Bible, where the story of Daniel is the origin of this health plan, Daniel and his friends ate herbs and water, and worshipped God, and became healthier. I may be the only one, but I got a bit confused by this book. The Daniel Fast, though I did not read it, suppose The Daniel Fast book and program has been successfully and aggressively marketed to very high acclaim. Now comes the sequel, The Daniel Cure, which is the “maintenance” version of this popular eating for spiritual growth plan. In the Bible, where the story of Daniel is the origin of this health plan, Daniel and his friends ate herbs and water, and worshipped God, and became healthier. I may be the only one, but I got a bit confused by this book. The Daniel Fast, though I did not read it, supposedly excludes all processed food AND animal products (eggs, milk, etc.). They DO include all plant materials; beans and legumes, whole grains, and coconut, to name a few. The Daniel CURE includes such items as powdered protein supplements and meat. How does in any way relate to a fast, or to the original Daniel’s strategy? I have done a great deal of study on nutrition and health topics and while there is a lot of health information presented in The Daniel Cure, it was not new to me. I do agree with the authors that many of today’s prevalent diseases—including diabetes, heart disease, and obesity—can probably be prevented to some extent through nutritional and lifestyle choices, and I am always happy to see that message portrayed. The spiritual aspect of the book did not come through strongly enough in my opinion. It’s almost as if Susan Gregory and Richard Bloomer assumed that readers are well-read Christians. It would be nice to present this program as a way for seekers to begin with God. I would give this 3 stars overall. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze.com® book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dana

    I received this book free to review from Netgalley. I realized that it is sort of a companion book to the book titled "The Daniel Fast" by the same author and I bought that book although you don't need to read one to read the other - they can each stand alone. The Daniel Cure book explains the Daniel Fast concept - which I will go into later, and takes it further, adding a few more food choices and making it a lifestyle choice due to the author's documented cases where eating this type of diet c I received this book free to review from Netgalley. I realized that it is sort of a companion book to the book titled "The Daniel Fast" by the same author and I bought that book although you don't need to read one to read the other - they can each stand alone. The Daniel Cure book explains the Daniel Fast concept - which I will go into later, and takes it further, adding a few more food choices and making it a lifestyle choice due to the author's documented cases where eating this type of diet can "cure" diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. The Daniel Fast is basically a vegan diet with no sweeteners and no drinks except for water. It is a 21 day diet based on the verses in the book of Daniel from the Bible where Daniel refuses to eat the meat and wine and rich foods that the king offers because they are not kosher and he and his friends prove that they can remain healthy and strong on a vegan diet. This book goes into detail about the causes and symptoms of obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and inflammation and then explains how eating according to the Daniel Fast diet can help cure those problems. The book includes a 21 day diet plan, and devotional plan along with recipes and tips for how to change your diet into a lifestyle of eating healthily. The Daniel Cure part of the diet adds in a bit of meat and dairy to the purely vegan diet and allows for occasional splurging on treats. I have read a variety of diet and health books and this one does not contain anything that I have not read elsewhere. They just put a religious spin on the vegan whole food diet by relating it to the Bible and adding a devotional to it. I think the diet sounds like a healthy one although I was disappointed in the recipes in this book. I found a few recipes in "The Daniel Fast" book that I have tried and enjoyed, but I did not find any in this book that impress me.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sidne

    The Daniel Cure by Sidne Readz The Daniel Cure gets to the core of the Daniel Fast book. The Daniel Cure allows consumption of minimally processed animal products, natural sweeteners, and coffee/tea. The recipes and daily meal planning that does not include having to cook all the time is a great plus It also has a couple of built in "cheat" meals. I think the section for those that is struggling with being over weight titled 'Body Matters" is a good read. Incorporating a daily devotion with the 2 The Daniel Cure by Sidne Readz The Daniel Cure gets to the core of the Daniel Fast book. The Daniel Cure allows consumption of minimally processed animal products, natural sweeteners, and coffee/tea. The recipes and daily meal planning that does not include having to cook all the time is a great plus It also has a couple of built in "cheat" meals. I think the section for those that is struggling with being over weight titled 'Body Matters" is a good read. Incorporating a daily devotion with the 21 day program is like an added scoop of food for thought. . The health information in the book was indeed informative as well as the authors content on prayer and self -examination. Readers will enjoy the personal testimonies of others as they provide their before and after health status. I understand that the Daniel Cure takes readers from the eating lifestyle they currently enjoy and encourage a better eating habit and that is probably why this plan entitles you to eat meat and other food items however i was a bit discouraged by the statement that read 'an animal based diet is a better than a plant diet.' It was discouraging to read it when the authors did not offer any case studies, research, or documented facts from health specialist or researchers. This i could not understand. Every other part of the book was very informative but that statement was just flung into the air. Overall, this book will help readers to gain a better understanding about the food we eat, food label, illness, and best of all exam their spirituality. The book is full of helpful tidbits. Its truly seeks to inspire readers to adopt better food choices with the help of God and it will lead to a longer nourished body. (I read this book for Netgally

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jody Joy

    Honestly when I first began to read this and got deeper into the book, I just felt like this was just another book on losing weight and selling books. I do see some good points in the book do not get me wrong. For instance, we should all eat right if we do not want to put weight on and we want to be healthier of course. My favorite part of the book was the recipes, the biggest problem I have is I am not a cook. I do not like to cook, if I can take it from the oven to the table I am doing great. Honestly when I first began to read this and got deeper into the book, I just felt like this was just another book on losing weight and selling books. I do see some good points in the book do not get me wrong. For instance, we should all eat right if we do not want to put weight on and we want to be healthier of course. My favorite part of the book was the recipes, the biggest problem I have is I am not a cook. I do not like to cook, if I can take it from the oven to the table I am doing great. Now I use to like to cook but as I have gotten older, I just do not care much for it. Therefore, my way of cooking is the Weight Watcher meals, but then I get bored with that and start my bad habits all over again. Therefore, for me this book would be a very good guideline as to the good things I can eat that do not take much as far as cooking. I am the type of person who loves fruit and vegetables. I can sit down with an apple and some peanut butter in the evening and have that for supper. Now if I would just add a vegetable to it I would be set. Now this is just my way of thinking, I know I do not eat right, so this would be a good guide so that I would know what is not good for me I suppose. I received this book for free from Thomas Nelson part of the Booksneeze review bloggers program, for my honest and un-biased opinion.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I've just begun reading The Daniel Cure and I'm already intrigued. I was recently diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and I'm looking for diets that will help ease some of my symptoms. The Daniel Fast is a 21 day fast based on the prophet Daniel. For three weeks, you're encouraged to eat plant-based foods. No additives, extra flavorings, preservatives, processed foods, caffeine, or alcohol. Along with the fast, the book has a variety of questions that make you think. It's best to keep a noteb I've just begun reading The Daniel Cure and I'm already intrigued. I was recently diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and I'm looking for diets that will help ease some of my symptoms. The Daniel Fast is a 21 day fast based on the prophet Daniel. For three weeks, you're encouraged to eat plant-based foods. No additives, extra flavorings, preservatives, processed foods, caffeine, or alcohol. Along with the fast, the book has a variety of questions that make you think. It's best to keep a notebook handy, to jot down your thoughts and ideas, while reading this book. I have a love for cooking and am truly excited to try out some of the recipes listed in this book. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers http://booklookbloggers.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/wa... : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lillie

    The Daniel Fast is a spiritual fast, but the Daniel Cure is a modification of the fast to be followed as a healthy lifestyle. I liked that there is a daily devotion to use during the fast phase of the program. There are recipes and meal plans included. Unfortunately, plans were laid out in tables, which had to be shrunk so small to fit the Kindle screen that they became unreadable. The tables would be useful in the print edition, but the Kindle edition should be formatted differently so readers The Daniel Fast is a spiritual fast, but the Daniel Cure is a modification of the fast to be followed as a healthy lifestyle. I liked that there is a daily devotion to use during the fast phase of the program. There are recipes and meal plans included. Unfortunately, plans were laid out in tables, which had to be shrunk so small to fit the Kindle screen that they became unreadable. The tables would be useful in the print edition, but the Kindle edition should be formatted differently so readers can access all the information. I had planned to start this, but then The Daniel Plan by Rick Warren came out, and I decided to follow it instead since it is much more extensive. Not only does it include health eating, it includes fitness, focus, faith, and friends as part of the plan. I am reading that book now and will begin the program at the beginning of the year. I may try some of the recipes in this book as they would fit The Daniel Plan as well.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Beth Dickey

    To be honest, I scanned thru a lot of this book rather quickly. The first third of the book tells how bad the average American way of eating is, and that it had produced an epidemic of bad health. The next section is more spiritual and talks about fasting and gives practical advice on starting the actual "Daniel Fast". After that, lots of recipes, a devotional section and a a section giving info about studies done on people who followed this plan. The authors distinguish between the "Daniel fast To be honest, I scanned thru a lot of this book rather quickly. The first third of the book tells how bad the average American way of eating is, and that it had produced an epidemic of bad health. The next section is more spiritual and talks about fasting and gives practical advice on starting the actual "Daniel Fast". After that, lots of recipes, a devotional section and a a section giving info about studies done on people who followed this plan. The authors distinguish between the "Daniel fast", which is a three week "fast " where you consume plant based foods and eschew sugar, sweeteners , caffeine and something else I can't remember. The "Daniel cure" is a healthy way of eating eating designed to produce good health . I have to say, it doesn't seem like Biblical fasting to me when you have a dual purpose of prayer AND weight loss. If it works for you, great.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rick

    It's a lifestyle not a diet. I followed the 21 day Daniel fast and got great results. I notice the difference from this "clean" vegan diet from the foods I typically ate. I will incorporate lean protein to follow the second phase, the Daniel "cure." What helped me the most is that I thought of it as spiritual instead of simply a diet. Susan and Rick do a great job making the case for the Daniel cure, and the devotions kept me motivated. Coworkers have noticed a difference in me and have asked to It's a lifestyle not a diet. I followed the 21 day Daniel fast and got great results. I notice the difference from this "clean" vegan diet from the foods I typically ate. I will incorporate lean protein to follow the second phase, the Daniel "cure." What helped me the most is that I thought of it as spiritual instead of simply a diet. Susan and Rick do a great job making the case for the Daniel cure, and the devotions kept me motivated. Coworkers have noticed a difference in me and have asked to borrow the book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Miriam

    I bought this because it was really cheap, and because other Daniel Fast cookbooks I have seen tend to have simple recipes based on whole ingredients. I felt that this book had too many ingredients (including soy protein powder, which doesn't seem very Biblical at all), and was really more of a regular vegan cookbook with some religion. A few of the recipes look okay, but I don't think I'll be using it much. I bought this because it was really cheap, and because other Daniel Fast cookbooks I have seen tend to have simple recipes based on whole ingredients. I felt that this book had too many ingredients (including soy protein powder, which doesn't seem very Biblical at all), and was really more of a regular vegan cookbook with some religion. A few of the recipes look okay, but I don't think I'll be using it much.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Grieve

    I'm not usually a fan of anything based on the Bible, but thought this worth investigating as fasting has been well documented to improve overall health. Not sure about the authenticity regarding the biblical tales, as I would think some of the foodstuffs here were not around in those days! However, for the recipes it's well worth a read. A preview copy was provided by the publisher. I'm not usually a fan of anything based on the Bible, but thought this worth investigating as fasting has been well documented to improve overall health. Not sure about the authenticity regarding the biblical tales, as I would think some of the foodstuffs here were not around in those days! However, for the recipes it's well worth a read. A preview copy was provided by the publisher.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sherrie Jenks

  19. 5 out of 5

    Suzy Deline

  20. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Hotovec

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Mcannally

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sandi Hemming

  23. 5 out of 5

    Doug

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mayrim Lopez

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Troughton

  26. 5 out of 5

    Benjamin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lily Tosado

  28. 4 out of 5

    KIKI WALP

  29. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  30. 5 out of 5

    Susan

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