Counsels on Diet and Food

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 I Reasons for Reform ................................... 15
 II Diet and Spirituality ............................... 43
      The Relation of Diet to Morals .................... 60
 III Health Reform and the Third Angel's Message ........ 69
 IV The Proper Dietary .................................. 81
      I The Original Diet ............................... 81
      II The Simple Diet ................................ 82
      III An Adequate Diet .............................. 91
      IV Diet in Various Countries ...................... 94
 V Physiology of Digestion ............................. 101
 VI Improper Eating a Cause of Disease ................. 117
 VII Overeating ........................................ 131
 VIII Control of Appetite .............................. 145
 IX Regularity in Eating ............................... 173
      I Number of Meals ................................ 173
      II Eating Between Meals .......................... 179
 X Fasting ............................................. 185
 XI Extremes in Diet ................................... 195
 XII Diet During Pregnancy ............................. 217
 XIII Diet in Childhood ................................ 225
 XIV Healthful Cookery ................................. 251
 XV Health Foods and Hygienic Restaurants .............. 267
 XVI Sanitarium Dietary ................................ 281
 XVII Diet a Rational Remedy ........................... 301
 XVIII Fruits, Cereals, and Vegetables ................. 309
      I Fruits ......................................... 309
      II Grains ........................................ 313
      III Bread ........................................ 315
      IV Vegetables .................................... 321
 XIX Desserts .......................................... 327
      I Sugar........................................... 327
      II Milk and Sugar ................................ 330
      III Pie, Cake, Pastry, Puddings .................. 331
 XX Condiments, Etc. ................................... 339
      I Spices and Condiments .......................... 339
      II Soda and Baking Powder ........................ 342
      III Salt ......................................... 344
      IV Pickles and Vinegar ........................... 345
 XXI Fats .............................................. 349
      I Butter ......................................... 349
      II Lard and Grease ............................... 353
      III Milk and Cream ............................... 355
      IV Olives and Olive Oil .......................... 359
 XXII Proteins ......................................... 363
      I Nuts and Nut Foods ............................. 363
      II Eggs .......................................... 365
      III Cheese ....................................... 368
 XXIII Flesh Meats (Proteins Continued) ................ 373
      Progressive Dietetic Reform in                       
       Seventh-day Adventist Institutions .............. 405
 XXIV Beverages ........................................ 419
      I Water Drinking ................................. 419
      II Tea and Coffee ................................ 420
      III Cereal Substitutes for Tea and Coffee ........ 431
      IV Cider ......................................... 432
      V Fruit Juice .................................... 436
 XXV Teaching Health Principles ........................ 441
      I Instruction to Be Given on Health Topics ....... 441
      II How to Present the Principles of Health Reform  457
      III Cooking Schools .............................. 469
 Appendix                                                  
      I Personal Experience of                             
      Ellen G. White as a Health Reformer .............. 481
      II A Statement by James White                        
      Relating to the Teaching of Health Reform ........ 495