Many men and women walk around chronically fatigued with little energy. In Made for Paradise, Christian nutritionist Dr. Patricia Hart Terry takes a holistic approach to health and wellness that dates back to the beginning of creation. The account can be found in the book of Genesis. Focusing on the biblical principles of healthy eating, physical activity, and rest, Dr. Terry shows readers how to integrate them into their daily life. The book is divided into three major parts, one for each principle (eating, activity, rest), with suggestions for eating for pleasure, increasing stamina and flexibility, and how to relax. Paperback.
Reclaim the complete wellness that God intended for you Made for Paradise reveals to us that, in the beginning, God created a paradise with everything we would need for perfect, healthy living healthy eating, physical exercise, and rest. God?'s creation provided for our complete wellness. The fabulous part is He designed this paradise for you Christian nutritionist and educator Dr. Pat Terry offers a realistic, fad-free plan to help you return to the biblical principles of healthy eating, physical activity, and rest found in Genesis chapters 1 3.
In Made for Paradise
, Christian nutritionist and educator Dr. Patricia Hart Terry offers a realistic, fad-free plan to help readers return to the biblical principles of healthy eating, physical activity, and rest found in Genesis. She shows readers how to have the health God intended for them through eating a variety of foods, incorporating physical activity into everyday habits, and obtaining regular amounts of rest. More information:
- Author is a registered and licensed dietitian.
- Dr. Terry takes a holistic approach to wellness, offering practical, realistic ideas for healthy eating, physical activity, and rest.
- Bible-based teaching follows the principles God instituted at creation.
- Nutrition section focuses on eating whole foods, a wide variety of foods, and encourages readers to eat for pleasure as well as health.
- Physical activity section integrates physical activity realistically into daily life, along with suggestions for increasing stamina and flexibility.
- Rest and relaxation section shows how meditation, prayer, quiet time, and
sleep are remarkable and often-overlooked tools to add quality to life.
Patricia Hart Terry, Ph.D., is a highly respected nutritionist with more than 30 years of experience as a registered and licensed dietitian. She is chair of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. The editor of Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen Equals One Healthy Cookbook, she also writes a newspaper column, In Season. Actively involved with professional and volunteer organizations, she is a member of the Baptist Nursing Fellowship and is on the Baptist World Alliance World Aid Committee. She and her husband live in Birmingham, Alabama.