Frequently Asked Questions about How to Eat to Live: Frequently Asked Questions

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This volume of FAQs About How To Eat To Live builds on the first two volumes. Questions 1 & 2 (No Cure in Drugs, Get to the Kitchen, Part I & II), explains why the Honorable Elijah Muhammad instructed us to avoid taking drugs as attempts to solve health problems caused by poor dietary and lifestyle habits.

Question 3: Breast-Feeding & Delinquency presents us with factors that we often overlook when it comes to the treatment of our children. He connects the lack of ...

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Overview

This volume of FAQs About How To Eat To Live builds on the first two volumes. Questions 1 & 2 (No Cure in Drugs, Get to the Kitchen, Part I & II), explains why the Honorable Elijah Muhammad instructed us to avoid taking drugs as attempts to solve health problems caused by poor dietary and lifestyle habits.

Question 3: Breast-Feeding & Delinquency presents us with factors that we often overlook when it comes to the treatment of our children. He connects the lack of breast-feeding to the social scourges, which are now pandemic among all races and age groups. The importance of breast-feeding is taken to new heights when this information is considered!

Question 4: Understanding Protein; and Question 5: About The Soybean tackles the subjects of protein and soybeans, respectively; which have, traditionally, been misunderstood by people far and wide. We can confidently state that most people eat foods fit for other animals and not for human beings. Accurate knowledge of these important subjects will improve our health by enabling us to select the proper foods to eat.

Finally, in Question 6: Cow -vs- Man: Anatomical Distinction, we examine the great logic and guidance of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad in "drawing" distinctions between the foods fit for animals from those divinely designated for human beings. This essential aspect is often overlooked when people discuss foods, such as soybeans. Other animals, such as cattle and sheep never enter the conversation, despite the fact that soybeans and other beans were historically used to meet the nutritional needs of these animals.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780982359327
  • Publisher: TechDoc, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2010
  • Pages: 142
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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