To Be Thinkers and Not Mere Reflectors

Another word about articles: Under the theory that "a diabetic convinced against their will is of the same opinion still," the goal of Adventist Vegetarian Diabetics is not to convince members of something but rather to challenge them to think. If you were raised Adventist, you are undoubtedly familiar with the statement that the goal … Continue reading To Be Thinkers and Not Mere Reflectors

Health reform does not belong to Adventists

Three days ago I read the most profound article I've come across in a long time. It was written by Dr. Jack Hoehn, a retired Adventist physician, who actually wrote a three-part series, "Adventists in Health Care," published in Adventist Today (see link below).  But one section stood out as resonating so completely with the philosophy … Continue reading Health reform does not belong to Adventists

Present Truth

Wikipedia defines "present truth" (in Adventist theology) as "a belief in truth as appropriate to any given time." But it is the dietary approach to diabetes management that especially needs application of present truth as I continue to research and sort through the plethora of conflicting ideas. Eden diet? Clean meat? Vegetarian? Vegan? Weimar/NEWSTART® diet? Atkins … Continue reading Present Truth