Friday, May 8, 2015

Rick Warren's Daniel Plan Book Wins Christian Book of the Year


Rick Warren’s weight-loss plan named Christian Book of the Year

Isn't Rick Warren rich enough, that he didn't have to run to the scam known as the "weight loss industry" to make more bank? They know diets fail. In fact the going rate for a diet is 5%. I believe people should try to do what they can for their health but in our narcissist culture it isn't one's relationship with God but one's physique that is the most important. One thing too the new world order IS FATTENING people up by design while instituting thin bodies for the lithe elite that can afford good organic food that isn't filled up with fattening chemicals. This is one big trick they are playing on America especially. All the failed diets make for more profit. The increased obesity and illness helps the depopulation agenda.

7 comments:

Kayfabe said...

Also, should anybody really be taking weight loss advice from Rick Warren?

Anonymous said...

His pairing of this "plan" with the prophet Daniel is wrong on so many levels...

Anonymous said...

Kayfabe - That's funny!

Anonymous said...

Isn't this him "making merchandise of you";fulfilling 2Peter 2;3.

Anonymous said...

Considering Daniel was a prophet of the Babylonian captivity, and when we cross reference to Lamentations of what happened during that capture of Judah, and the incredible suffering of the people and children and elderly from starvation and thirst, that the Israelite captives would have been better off dead than to endure that torture of starvation...

And now we see this... a Babylonian siege and slavery diet cookbook... a diet book created to make money from mindless consumers who call themselves followers of Christ, yet have not a clue who the God and the Christ of the Bible are.

Linking God, Jesus Christ, the fall, sin, salvation, judgement, the bride and the Groom, and everlasting life in the presence of God with Jesus Christ as our eternal King... mixing the Word of God with cooking and weight loss tips...

I am disgusted. What an abomination.

Bible Believer said...

He isn't exactly svelte, I agree.

I am sure the prophet Daniel would not like his name cheapened for diet books in the modern age.

I believe the NWO is fattening people up by design. MSG fattens people up, and so do the GMOs. They have profits to make. I can tell the shapes of people's bodies are changing too from the toxins. Most people in America can't even afford the decent food to have good health. I made a salad for my dinner with many veggies on it, but even this is a special meal had at the time of month where there is more food in the house. The fat people in America are starving for nutrients because the nutrients in the food will have been stripped away. I read the Daniel Plan and I do not have 500 dollars a week for groceries, most average Americans could not afford the vegetables and other special foods. I am a woman that buys organic greens and other good foods but and knows what they cost. The diet world is full of elitism and classism. Yes people starved in the Bible and they are starving in the world so this is even more offensive. The third world poor go hungry, the American poor are forced to eat stripped down carb rich food that makes them fat and the elites sell diets. I believe the weight nonsense is being manufactured for more control, you can see even the thin-rich/fat poor dichotomy going. Yes anon, Rick Warren is making merchandise of people.

Anonymous said...



$500 dollars a month?! now I find that rather absurd.

In fact I am finding this whole concept of selling wholefood healthy eating diet books absurd. For instance, the authors of the books always insist that you have access to loads of money to be able to purchase all the fancy ingredients that they list in these books such as palm sugar, manuka honey, and spelt flour plus cashew nut butter. Look I am on a very low income at the moment and do not have money to spend on all these goodies like that. These books are obviously written for a upper/ middle class audience who can afford these things. There was one book written recently by a girl in her 20s whose family is from a very genteel background (her family owned a supermarket chain and therefore extremely wealthy and everyone was raving about this book. they did an interview with her where they mentioned the priceyness of the ingredients she included in her recipes and how many people would not be able to afford them. Her response "well it is better to buy those as they are much healthier for you in the long time".

Believe me, I do try to eat as healthy as possible and frequent the shops after 5pm when you can veggies and fruits discounted and I do believe that when you make the effort, you can survive on a non-junk diet. where I live (in the UK), I can get a carrot for 8p which is not too bad. However as a single person with no children, I find it much easier to buy a prepacked meal for one because it is much easier though I am trying to find ways to eliminate these due to the MSG and other nasties in these foods.

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