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Keep family and friends informed by sharing this article. Feeling pain is horrible. Nobody likes to live in pain. But many of us still choose to do so. The food we eat, how much sleep we get each night, physical activity and stress management directly impact our health.
Just a few years ago, I was living with all sorts of minor pain. With a stressful routine and a nutrient-poor inflammatory diet, visiting the doctor and the chemist almost every week was what I thought was normal.
Unfortunately, many people do. I shared my story last year in a Signs article on how a complete change of lifestyle and mostly diet transformed my health. In the October 29 issue of Adventist Record , our cover story talks about Food Farmacy, an incredible initiative in the North NSW Conference that is transforming lives in the community through the Adventist health message. Just like them, there are many Adventist health initiatives spread throughout the South Pacific Division: Juice bars, plant-based cafes and even the 10, Toes campaign, which is turning the tide on the concerning numbers of chronic diseases in the Pacific Islands.
God gave us instructions on how to live as healthy and happy as possible in this broken world. But what about ourselves? Are we taking advantage of our own health message? Subscribe for free for more exclusive content. Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Youtube Vimeo-v. Are we living our own message? Health professionals worldwide, including our Adventist health workers, continue to serve as heroes, some losing their lives to COVID Much is being done, many are being served, and much has been sacrificed.
Yet even though health and wellness are in the DNA of our teachings as Seventh-day Adventists, global membership surveys sadly confirm that many within our ranks fail to embrace and practice what we know to be true. If we follow the wholistic health principles, we and our immune systems will function optimally, and we may better be able to cope with this novel virus. There are no guarantees, but this is a good time to revisit the health message, to live it, and to gracefully share it.
The Bible reveals our loving Father God, rich in mercy and grace; the writings of Ellen White highlight this picture, urging us to imitate Jesusó safely mingling, sympathizing, meeting needs, and then, ultimately, inviting people to follow Him. Peter N. Landless, a board-certified nuclear cardiologist, is director of Adventist Health Ministries at the General Conference. Zeno L. Charles-Marcel, a board-certified internist, is an associate director of Adventist Health Ministries at the General Conference.
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WebJan 16, †∑ Today, looking back to my past lifestyle, itís sad that I grew up as a Seventh-day Adventist who completely ignored our own health message for most of my life. In . WebA non-profit, integrated network of health care services that includes hospitals, home health agencies, nursing centers and other health care services. (Rockville, Maryland). WebAt Adventist Health, youíre never just a patient. Youíre so much more. Thatís why we partner with you so you can get more out of your healthcare experience. Whether you .