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Lung & Skin Testimony:
Only Six Weeks to Success

Recipe of the Month:
Nut Ball Cheese

Frank & Mia
Read this incredible testimony of success! Frank, in 1997 was given five years to live due to Idiopahic Pulmonary Fibrosis. He had great breathing difficulty and is now rejoicing 14 years later because he has stepped out and done the unbelievable – He changed his diet & lifestyle.

Mia, Frank’s wife has had a lot of medical problems since 2002. Diagnosed with many diseases and Vitiligo, is actually seeing the pigmentation of her skin coming back. She says, “I now have color on my face.” God is into healing today, we just have to do our part.

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Sweet Broccoli & Cauliflower
Who doesn’t love cheese? This brazil nut base cheese is a wonderful appetizer to share, especially with the upcoming holidays. This cheese makes a great spread for water or rice crackers or flax crackers or use it as a veggie dip.

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Back to Eden's Upcoming Events

Forks Over KnivesLiving Food Potluck Meeting

Sunday, October 16, 2011
6:00 - 8:30 PM
(30 minutes longer than normal)

FORKS OVER KNIVES examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting animal-based and processed foods. The major storyline in the film traces the personal journeys of a pair of pioneering researchers, Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn.
Please bring a raw food dish to share or PAY $10 admission. (Please bring full recipe with amounts and directions).
One Thing Prayer Center - Oak Park Plaza
777 W Lumsden Road, Brandon FL 33511

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Sherry OrcuttWinter Haven Health Seminar

Sunday, October 30th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

My Natures Delight Natural Food
3015 Cypress Gardens Rd, Winter Haven FL 33884
Learn about pH balance, detoxing the body, physical and spiritual components to disease and more!
Only $10.00 per person!

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Sherry OrcuttWinter Haven Living Food Culinary Class

Sunday, November 13th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

My Natures Delight Natural Food
3015 Cypress Gardens Rd, Winter Haven FL 33884
Join Chef Sherry & Amberlee in food demonstrations that will tickle your taste buds. Only $34.95 per person!

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Hallelujah Acres Lifestyle Center
Join us for 5 or 12 Days of Learning and Fun!

Hallelujah Acres Lifestyle Center - Florida

Hallelujah Acres Lifestyle Center - Guest Comments

Mother/Daughter New Health Journey
Ryan & Sherry V. from Louisville, KY

New Found Energy and Excitement
Elizabeth E. from Switzerland

(Doggie) Veggie-isms:
Feeding Your Pet the Way God Intended Them to Eat!

By Amberlee Maya

What are you feeding your dog? Is it the typical dead, crunchy kibble that is so popular? Kibble can be to dogs what fast food is to humans - it is convenient but not so healthy. No animal will thrive at its full potential if given the wrong food. Just like us, our pets are made up of living cells, and they need LIVING FOOD! However, while humans are meant to be herbivores, our dogs are meant to be omnivores.

Carnivores / Omnivores

Herbivores

Long, sharp teeth capable of capturing prey

Flat molars for chewing

Claws capable of hunting and trapping prey

Hands for picking fruit and harvesting vegetables

Intestines are 3-6 times length of body

Intestines are 10-12 times length of body

Smooth intestines shaped like a pipe to allow meat to pass through quickly

Bumpy, winding intestines to allow plant foods to pass through slowly for optimal nutrient absorption

Jaw moves up and down to rip and tear flesh and swallow it whole

Jaw moves side to side and front to back, good for chewing and grinding

Stronger stomach acidity to break down animal flesh and kill viruses present in the meat

Stomach acidity not capable of killing viruses such as E. Coli and salmonella.

 

The best food for dogs is a Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet. This diet consists of raw meats, finely ground raw bones, fruits and vegetables.

Obese DogMost commercial dog foods contain large amounts of grains, fillers, chemicals and by-products. Dogs can not utilize these ingredients and the empty calories lead to obesity and other health problems. Dogs digest moisture through their intestines so even with fresh water available, kibble can lead to dehydration and urinary tract problems.

Raw bones are very good for your dog and much safer than cooked bones which tend to splinter. Chewing on raw bones will keep your dog's teeth white and greatly reduce any halitosis.

You can start feeding your dog raw with either dehydrated meals or frozen meals. You will need to look online to see where they are available near you or you can order online in most cases. Feeding your dog raw foods will look like the cost is much greater. But, the food lasts longer than the typical dog food. With Sojo's, for example, one pound of food makes approximately five founds of fresh, raw dog food once it is re-hydrated. You also give less food to your dog because there are no fillers. You are just giving your pet high-quality, nutrition-filled food.

Here are some great raw foods for your dog. There are several varieties available. This is just a sample of what is offered. (Be sure to get the grain free varieties)

Sojo's
Complete

The Honest Kitchen
Force

Primal Pet Foods
Canine Chicken Formula

BARF
Juicy Chicken Recipe

Sojos Complete
The Honest Kitchen
Primal
BARF

Raw, Dehydrated

Raw, Dehydrated

Raw, Frozen

Raw, Frozen

Ingredients: sweet potatoes, USDA turkey, whole egg, broccoli, celery, apples, flax meal, pecans, tricalcium phosphate, pumpkin, cranberries, basil, dried alfalfa, ginger root, dried kelp, zinc sulfate, vitamin E acetate, vitamin D3

Ingredients: Dehydrated free-range chicken, organic flaxseed, potatoes, celery, sweet potatoes, apples, alfalfa, organic kelp, honey, zucchini, green beans, cabbage, bananas, papayas, basil, garlic, rosemary, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate.

Ingredients: Chicken, Chicken Necks, Ground Chicken Bones, Chicken Hearts, Organic Kale, Organic Carrots, Organic Yams, Chicken Livers, Organic Broccoli, Organic Apples, Organic Ground Flaxseed, Cranberries, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Parsley, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Kelp, Alfalfa, Mixed Tocopherols (source of vitamin E).

Ingredients: Chicken, Finely Ground Bones, Chicken Liver, Egg, Broccoli, Celery, Spinach, Carrot, Ground Flax Seed, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Apple, Pear, Grapefruit, Orange, Dried Kelp, Cayenne Pepper, Cod Liver Oil, Garlic, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide

sojos.com

thehonestkitchen.com

primalpetfoods.com

barfworld.com

 

Jesse - Raw Food Cocker SpanielMeet my dog, Jesse. He is a rescue dog and was obviously neglected and very hungry. When we first got him, we fed him regular dog food because we didn't know any better. He had some apparent reactions to the corn that was in the foods. After doing some research, we found out about feeding him raw foods. We knew raw food was what humans needed, but hadn't put two and two together yet!

Jesse - Raw Food Cocker Spaniel

Dave & Sherry's Grand-dog!

We started feeding him Sojo's Complete and The Honest Kitchen. We switched back and forth between the two but decided on Sojo's Complete because the chunks are bigger. We also give him "table scraps" - but our table scraps are healthy ones! When I am preparing our meal, I will toss him pieces of tomatoes, apples, carrots, the crunchy part of romaine lettuce, zucchini, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, and even kale stems! He loves it all! We have even caught Jesse sneaking some compost while we are juicing!!!

Jesse - Raw Food Cocker SpanielAfter switching Jesse to a raw food diet, all of his digestive issues went away! He is full of energy and the vet commented on how healthy his teeth and coat are. He loves to run and play and get out all of his energy. He is one healthy dog!

 


SOURCES:
http://www.vetinfo.com/dogs-eat-naturally.html
http://www.longliveyourdog.com/careguide/carebehavior/carebehaviorcanine/TheDietofWildDogs.aspx

Special of the Month:
Free* Hallelujah Diet book!

Online Ordering Coming Soon!

Free copy of the Hallelujah Diet book with purchase of $100 or more!

*Must mention code 1011News at time of order to receive discount. One per customer. Not Valid with any other offers or on previous orders. Only good through Back to Eden Health Ministry. Offer Expires on October 31, 2011.

We are working very hard to get our new online ordering system up and running. This new system will enable customers to log in and see their previous online orders, manage addresses and contact information, take advantage of special online-only coupons, and more! You will even be able to place an order online, and then pick it up in the store!