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The Adventist Advantage Healthy by Choice – Not Chance
Premature Aging Smoking Alcohol Caffeine Drugs Smoking Alcohol Caffeine Drugs Rich food Inactivity Rich food Inactivity
Significantly less heart disease and cancer
“Eighty percent of cancer is potentially preventable with the best diet and lifestyle practices.”
Seventh-day Adventist Longevity 2-5 Women years Men 4- 10 Life Expectancy years
Adventists live longer, healthier lives
Medical enlightenment – a century in advance Medical enlightenment – a century in advance
Healthy by choice
Heart Disease Death Rate Non-Adventist Men Heart Disease
Four times less
Plant-based diet Regular exercise Abstain from alcohol, caffeine, and illicit drugs Don’t smoke Maintain a healthy weight Trust in God Adventist Lifestyle
Extra 10-12 years
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