A Biblical Approach to Healthy Eating Webinar




Is the food we eat making us sick? Does the Bible give accurate information about healthy eating? Is there a comparison of biblical foods with current research that validates the Bible?

Teresa McKessey of His Whole Foods has created an interactive webinar series that answers these questions and gives examples of how to live a healthier and happier life. The webinar is free and includes a complimentary copy of McKessey’s e-book, A Biblical Approach to Healthy Eating.

“The book includes information about using His word and His creation to choose the healthy foods that He provided for us to be in good health,” states McKessey.

The first webinar in this weekly series is on Wednesday, June 7, at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Space is limited. The webinar is free, there is no sales pitch, no credit card needed. McKessey says, “I just care about helping you live a life with more physical and emotional health using His word as your guide.”

Sign up at HisWholeFoods.com on the events page to secure your spot and e-book. For more information, call 321-961-1874.

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