A BIBLICAL EVALUATION OF DIETARY MOTIFS IN ILISHAN-REMO AND THEIR HEALTH IMPLICATIONS

A BIBLICAL EVALUATION OF DIETARY MOTIFS IN ILISHAN-REMO AND THEIR HEALTH IMPLICATIONS

Author by Dr. Theodore Uchechkwu Dickson

Journal/Publisher: Journal Of Communication And Culture, International Perspective

Volume/Edition: 2

Language: English

Pages: 82 - 94

Abstract

To a large extent, the decision on what to eat at a given time results from a variety of assumptions. Christians share a diversity of parlance in relation to dietary motivation and choices all stemming from certain biblical convictions and other socio-economic factors. However, while individual Christians are free to make their daily dietary choices, these choices are not devoid of adverse implications. From an empirical viewpoint, the study examined the various assumptions that inform the dietary habits of Christians in Ilishan-Remo, their awareness of diet-related health risks, the implications of certain dietary habits to their health, and possible ways of combating such challenges for healthy living.


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