Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital provides educational, health, business, and evangelistic services to its local and worldwide communities. For more than 70 years, Wildwood has served as a training hub and launching pad for the expansion of lifestyle centers, educational institutions, and city missions in and around major cities and rural areas for the salvation of souls. The diverse campus with its 120 staff members includes a health food and bookstore, herb shop, an outpatient clinic, a lifestyle center with physical therapy and hydrotherapy departments, the College of Health Evangelism, and the local Seventh-day Adventist church.
Through its various programs, Wildwood is dedicated to following the divine plan in helping people gain a closer relationship with Christ and find restoration of body, mind, and soul. For example, the health food store hosts a number of cooking classes to help people in the community become aware of how foods affect their health. Additionally, the College of Health Evangelism trains medical missionaries and, in cooperation with LIGHT, sends them on local and overseas mission trips to help train other church members to be more active for Christ. By God’s grace, Wildwood will continue to faithfully serve its neighbors near and far until Jesus’ return.
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yesterday · DRIED BANANAS This wonderful travel food was first introduced to us years ago by some camping friends. We tried some, not expecting to like them. A few bites, and we were hooked. They are especially good eaten with almonds! 1. Buy ripe bananas on sale. They are best for drying when they are speckled. Don’t try to dry them when green or even partly green—they will be tasteless and brittle. 2. Split the bananas in thirds by gently forcing your finger into the bottom of the peeled banana toward the top. As your finger slides up the core of the bananas, it will separate in three long strips. 3. Place banana strips on a screen and leave in a food dehydrator for about 8-12 hours. When finished, they won’t feel soft in the center, but should be pliable (not crisp). Place in plastic bags and store in a refrigerator or freezer. Tip: A food dehydrator is a nice device for dying fruits, vegetables, and other foods for backpacking. Small ones are not expensive to buy, and if you watch, you will probably be able to find one in a thrift store for very little. Meanwhile, you can try making dried bananas in your oven. Place them on a cooling rack in the oven at the lowest setting overnight—crack the door open for circulation air. From the Seven Secrets Cookbook. More great recipes here: http://ow.ly/LPaIw http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #health #vegetarian #vegan #recipes #dried #bananas
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5 days ago · Synapses are microscopic points of communication between nerve cells that are heavily involved in memory, learning, habit formation, and the development of talent and character. Our lifestyle choices substantially impact synapses and their neural circuits. Read article here: http://ow.ly/LFg8T http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #mental #health #brain #synapses #food #vegetarian #power
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last week · LEMON BALLS Children will love helping you make this simple recipe—and they’ll love eating the lemon balls too! 1 cup dried pineapple pieces (low sugar) 1 cup golden raisins ¾ cup raw cashew nuts 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract ¼ teaspoon salt ¼ cup fine coconut 1. Put all ingredients except coconut in food processor. Whiz for about 1 minute. At first the ingredients will remain crumbly and separate; then they will begin to stick together in a ball. Continue whizzing about 15 more seconds to chop and blend together. 2. Place fine coconut in a bowl. Scoop out fruit mixture a tablespoon at a time and shape into a ball with your hands, then roll in coconut and place balls in a flat storage container. Chill before serving. Tip: A small (4-ounce) ice-cream scoop works great for this! Scoop out and release into the coconut. Shape balls as you roll them in the coconut. Variation: Try other dried fruits or nuts, such as dried apricots, cranberries, cherries, dates, almonds, or walnuts. Makes about 16 1-inch balls. From the Seven Secrets Cookbook. More great recipes here: http://ow.ly/LpAHJ http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #health #vegetarian #vegan #recipes #lemon #balls