Lester Roloff:

22 Health Tips from Evangelist Lester Roloff 

by Evangelist Lester Roloff

Click here to learn about Greg Westbrook's When Hallelujah Becomes "What Happened?

This important document is "must reading" for anyone who has crashed on a strict vegan diet, a diet known to cause deficiency problems in many people who have followed it too strictly or stayed on it too long.

Note from Chet: Christian evangelist and natural health teacher Lester Roloff helped many people regain their health. He did it by encouraging them to use fresh vegetable juice as well as a predominantly plant-based diet that included moderate amounts of animal foods. I liked Roloff's health teachings when I first read them because he recognized the body's need for a balanced diet, and he ate and told people to eat some animal foods like eggs and cottage cheese in moderate amounts. Let's go directly to one of his two fine pamphlets on health, where he wrote:

"For meat, eat fish, fowl, wild game, avocado, egg yolks, nuts, cheese, and cottage cheese, sunflower seed, and a minimum of other meats. Drink a lot of juices, always unsweetened, forty-five minutes to an hour before the meal, or a couple of hours after the meal."

-- from Food, Fasting, and Faith

And now for Brother Roloff's 22 health tips...

1. Eat uncooked food one day each week.

2. Fast at least three meals a week.

3. Do not eat fast.

4. Do not drink things real hot or real cold.

5. Do not drink liquids with your meals.

6. Drink your fruit juices at least forty-five minutes before you eat and wait at least two hours after you eat before you drink fruit juices or vegetable juices.

7. DO NOT eat starches, sugar, or sweet fruits such as raisins, dates, and figs with meats or fruits such as grapefruit, oranges, lemons, apples, pears, peaches, etc.

8. Avoid fried foods, gravies, hot sauces, and black pepper.

9. Drink a lot of pure water.

10. Do not eat late at night.

11. Since food is sanctified by the Word of God and prayer, quote a verse of Scripture and always ask the Lord to bless the food.

12. Young people, remember that a good complexion does not come out of a jar or a bottle, but out of your stomach. A healthy outside comes from a healthy inside.

13. Make your own toothpaste out of salt and soda. The dentist will tell you this is safer and better for your teeth.

14. Take a good fast walk every day, concentrating on breathing deeply. It's better to walk early in the morning when things are fresh and you get your purest air.

15. Wear the most comfortable shoes if you want healthy feet.

16. Do not wear clothes that interfere with the circulation.

Click here to learn about Greg Westbrook's When Hallelujah Becomes "What Happened?

This important document is "must reading" for anyone who has crashed on a strict vegan diet, a diet known to cause deficiency problems in many people who have followed it too strictly or stayed on it too long.

17. Do not be afraid of sunshine. There is healing in it.

18. Sleep on a hard bed and learn to sleep on your back. Your framework is in your back, but if you sleep on your stomach or side, you are likely to impair the organs of your body and many times develop cricks in your neck and in your arms. I would rather sleep three hours on a hard bed than four on a soft bed.

19. Do not sleep in a room with the gas turned on because it will burn out the oxygen. Keep plenty of fresh air in the room.

20. Try to be asleep by ten o'clock and not later than eleven. One hour before midnight is worth two after midnight.

21. Do not be deceived either by the advertisements or by the great intellects. Good food and good health habits really work. Find out what your body needs and faithfully provide it.

22. Don't compare money or time with health. Health is priceless.

Note from Chet: Click here to read Lester Roloff's "Food, Fasting, and Health" in its entirety.

Click here to read my article on Lester Roloff and other health gurus often presented as being vegans but who actually included animal foods in their diets.

Click here to read my thoughts on sloppy reasoning in the biblical health movement.



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