Are You a Spiritual Fast-Food Junkie? Author Encourages Readers to Take an Active Part in their Spiritual Health
ENUMCLAW, Wash., July 16 /Christian Newswire/ — Author and former bodybuilder Christine Prescott compares the importance of physical health to spiritual health in her new book, „Spiritual Nutrition – Healthy Eating for the Christian Heart“ (WinePress, 2009).
A public speaker, Prescott realized the connection between spiritual and physical nutrition while preparing for a women’s event.
„I was thinking about nutrition and how eating would help me get more out of my workouts. I wondered if the nutrients in food could be compared to what our spirits need. Food and diet consume our thoughts. Christians need to be just as concerned with spiritual food.“
„Spiritual Nutrition“ utilizes what is already a major part of everyone’s life–food and healthy eating–to help Christians develop healthy spiritual habits. Five core spiritual nutrients are identified and compared with their physical counterparts. Chapter titles include:
· Get Rid of Spiritual Flab
· Evaluate Your Spiritual Health
· Spiritual Protein
· Carbohydrates for Spiritual Energy
· Healthy Fats for a Healthy Heart
· Spiritual Vitamins and Missing Nutrients
· More Nutrients With Less Effort
„Just as the flab in our physical bodies will only go away through consistently healthy eating and exercise, our spiritual flab can only be removed through a good spiritual diet and exercise that becomes a part of our lives every day.“
Born and raised in Oregon, Prescott is a former elementary school teacher, attorney, body builder, pastor, and public speaker. Today she works as a hospital chaplain, and regularly writes and speaks on the subject of Spiritual nutrition. She and her husband live in Missoula, Montana.
For more information, to request a review copy or to schedule an interview, please contact Abigail Davidson by phone at 360-802-9758, by email at email@example.com, or by fax at 360-802- 9992. To purchase a copy of this book visit www.winepressbooks.com or call 877-421-7323.