The history of food is as old as the history of humanity. Essential to your survival, food not only keeps you moving; it can unite friends and families, trigger revolutions, transport cultures and transform the way you live. From four thousand years ago and earlier to current time, food has taken a dramatic transformation. The consequences of this change are taking a drastic toll on people’s health.
“Food isn’t what it used to be: A Biblical Approach to Health” teaches people what God’s Word reveals about food, beverages, human health, and what responsibility people have in caring for the bodies with which He has entrusted them. This incredible book provides readers with guidelines for food and beverage selections, as well as remedies aligned with God’s Word, giving renewed hope.
Books like “Food isn’t what it used to be: A Biblical Approach to Health” distills the essence of what often is a life of learning into a few pages. It is where you will discover ideas, tactics and habits that are the seeds to staying healthy.
“Food isn’t what it used to be: A Biblical Approach to Health”
By Christine Andrew
ISBN: 1948817861 (paperback); 978-1948817868 (electronic)
About the Author
Christine Andrew received her Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from University of the Pacific, and was in the field of education for 25 years. She earned her diploma in Nutrition Consultation from Huntington College of Health Science in 2006 and later completed a certification as a Nutrition Consultant and interned with a homeopathic doctor, William Kneebone, DC, DiHom.
Christine has continued her education in the health care field with on-going courses in Functional Endocrinology, Functional Blood Chemistry, and Quantum Reflex Analysis. In 2010 Christine received her certification in Functional Diagnostic Medicine. She has also been a regular contributing writer of health information for Vacaville Magazine, a local magazine in Vacaville, California.
Christine is passionate about educating people of all ages about the importance of improving their health and does so through on-going wellness classes and individualized consultations. She currently operates her own business, Center for Holistic Health, Nutrition, and Vacaville Thermography in Vacaville, California.