Report on Introduction of Solid Foods to Infants By Richard LaVer Bentley submitted to Brother VerDon W Ballantyne English 316 section 6 Brigham young University Provo, Utah By Richard LBentley April 28, 1978   993 E. third SouthProvo, UT 84601 …

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I was definitely informed by a chemist that the cola drinks are just as harmful as tea or coffee, and his advice was to leave all such substances alone. [“Use of Cola Drinks and Playing Games of Chance,” Answers to Gospel Questions, vol. 5 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 1966), p. 75.]

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Some people avoid caffeine by switching to decaffeinated coffee. However, several medical investigations over the last decade have shown that between 40 and 50 percent of decaffeinated coffee drinkers have gastrointestinal difficulties, such as ulcers, colitis, or diarrhea. (Goulart, 1984.) …

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Rule your own passions, and exercise faith until you can govern and control your appetites, instead of drinking tea, coffee, and hot drinks. [“Knowledge—Object of Man’s Existence on the Earth, etc.,” reported by G. D. Watt, Journal of Discourses, vol. …

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God has given to us a land that is bounteous; every variety of food can be produced here in the greatest profusion. It only requires the exercise of the powers with which we are endowed, with proper industry, to bring …

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It is the same in other directions. We fail to set a proper example before our young people. If I were to send for a doctor, what would be the effect upon my children? Why, they would say, “That is the course my father took, and he is an Eider in the Church and a man of experience; he sent for the doctors, and why should not I? My mother was a good woman, but when one of the children was sick, she sent for a doctor; she did not trust to the ordinance alone; and shall we not send for a doctor? Must it all be faith and no works?” How often do we hear this sort of reasoning?

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