Seventh-day Adventists promote healthy living in all aspects of life, including abstinence from harmful foods. For the same reasons that health practitioners in alternative medicine encourage their clientele to limit or abstain from the use of flesh, Seventh-day Adventists teach that vegetarianism is the healthier way to go. Some members are still in the process of becoming vegetarians, but as a rule Seventh-day Adventists do not serve meat at church functions. They are the best at vegetarianism, You'll agree if you attend one on their cooking classes or a Sabbath fellowship dinner. I'm a Seventh-day Adventist and I'm wondering now if I need to explain more in a hub. Thanks for the question.
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