Turning To The Bible For Weight Loss With The Daniel Diet

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For a second fast mentioned in a later chapter, Daniel stopped eating meat, wine and other rich foods. Pastors across the country are encouraging their congregations to participate in similar fasts or diets inspired by these passages to kick start weight loss and to strengthen their faith. In Hawaii, the First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu at Ko'olau holds an annual 21 "Daniel Fast" for congregants to not only encourage healthy eating, but to help people keep their faith by refocusing their attention on their diet. Diet and Weightloss News "We hope the Fast[sic] will help reset your spiritual compass, which can get rusty and out of whack because of everyday cares and concerns," First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu Pastor Dan Chun wrote on his diet support website . The Saddleback Church, which has a congregation of at least 20,000, has launched a website and book, co-written by head pastor Rick Warren, to promote a long term version of the diet renamed "The Daniel Plan." At a rally for the Daniel Plan last year, Warren said he was inspired to start the fast after performing 800 baptisms in one day and realizing most people he baptized were overweight. "I had this thought, it wasn't very spiritual, but it was 'We're all fat,'" said Warren. Although the Saddleback church version of the Daniel Plan has specific diet directions, most versions of the Daniel diet are slightly improvised since the Bible doesn't give exactly detailed instructions. Versions of the fast include eating only raw vegetables or fruits for 10-21 days with water. Jessica Bennett, a dietician at Vanderbilt Medical Center, said she believes that trying a version of the Daniel diet can potentially kick start healthier habits or weight loss for some people. "I definitely think it makes people more aware of what they're eating and what they're putting in their body," said Bennett. "I say more power to them." Bennett does caution that very strict versions of the diet could be frustrating for people, since it will drastically change their diet quickly. Although she says by being a group setting, people on the diet can draw strength and support from one another. try this out http://news.yahoo.com/turning-bible-weight-loss-daniel-diet-203554540.html