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Pages: 440

Language: English

Publisher: EWH Press (26 Dec. 2014)

By: Janet Johanna Allen (Author)

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Spiritual Effects of Live Food: Diet for a New Age is about enhancing personal peace and well-being through conscious dietary practice. This is an engagingly-written and well-researched ':why to': book that will be of special interest to spiritual aspirants, but which is also highly accessible and informative for anyone who is concerned about the importance of diet in daily life. Spiritual Effects of Live Food promotes in a compelling and thorough way-including with evidence from a groundbreaking study conducted by author Janet J. Allen, PhD-a pure compassionate diet of organic vegetarian food, still alive with healthy bacteria and enzymes. Allen presents preliminary evidence indicating that such a diet contributes to potential benefits, such as: slowing the aging process, clearing the mind, restoring body energy and helping to resolve emotional conflicts. This important new book links the quiet spiritual revolution spreading across America with the expanding interest in raw organic food as an alternative to a diet filled with harmful chemicals, GMOs, highly processed fast food and harmful levels of sugar. WARNING: Reading this book may change your life! After all, you are what you eat.

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