"So closely is health related to our happiness, that we cannot have the latter without the former."

- Health Reformer, August 1, 1866 par. 4

Why Many choose drugs?

It is easier to employ drugs than to use natural remedies.
- Healthful Living 247.3

Diet & Health

Our bodies are built up from the food we eat....It is a wonderful process that transforms the food into blood and uses this blood to build up the varied parts of the body

-Ministry of Health 295.1

Healing

Nature's process of healing and upbuilding is gradual, and to the impatient it seems slow.

-Ministry of Healing, p.127.3

During Temptation

In Christ, God has provided means for subduing every evil trait and resisting every temptation, however strong.

- Ministry of Healing, p.65.2,3

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True Health

The harmonious, healthy action of all the powers of body and mind results in happiness; the more elevated and refined the powers, the more pure and unalloyed the happiness. An aimless life is a living death. The mind should dwell upon themes relating to our eternal interests. This will be conducive to health of body and mind.-- R. and H., 1884, No. 31. 

Achieving set expectations

God has pledged himself to keep this living machinery in healthful action if the human agent will obey his laws and co-operate with God.-- U. T., Jan. 11, 1897.

Stats - leading causes of death in the US?

1. Heart Disease
2. Cancer
3. Unintentional injuries
4. Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease
5. Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases

Quick notes

  • Importance of Health Open or Close
    • Health is a great treasure. It is the richest possession that mortals can have. Wealth, honor, or learning is dearly purchased, if it be at the loss of the vigor of health. None of these attainments can secure happiness if health is wanting.-- C. E., p. 16.
    • The health should be as sacredly guarded as the character.-- C. T., p. 83. 
    • Our physical, mental, and moral powers are not our own, but lent us of God to be used in his service.-- H. R. 
  • How to Preserve Health? Open or Close
    • Many have inquired of me, What course shall I take best to preserve my health? My answer is, Cease to transgress the laws of your being; cease to gratify a depraved appetite, eat simple food, dress healthfully, which will require modest simplicity, work healthfully, and you will not be sick. . . . Many are suffering in consequence of the transgression of their parents. They cannot be censured for their parents' sins, but it is nevertheless their duty to ascertain wherein their parents violated the laws of their being; and wherein their parents' habits were wrong, they should change their own course, and place themselves, by correct habits, in a better relation to health.-- H. R. 
    • The harmonious, healthy action of all the powers of body and mind results in happiness; the more elevated and refined the powers, the more pure and unalloyed the happiness. An aimless life is a living death. The mind should dwell upon themes relating to our eternal interests. This will be conducive to health of body and mind.-- R. and H., 1884, No. 31. 
    • God has pledged himself to keep this living machinery in healthful action if the human agent will obey his laws and co-operate with God.-- U. T., Jan. 11, 1897.

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