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Healthful Living, Page 187

They have not given their bodies exercise nor their lungs food, which is pure, fresh air; therefore it is impossible for the blood to be vitalized, and it pursues its course sluggishly through the system.—Testimonies for the Church 2:525.

Water Drinking

786. Pure water to drink and fresh air to breathe invigorate the vital organs, purify the blood, and help nature in her task of overcoming the bad conditions of the system.—How to Live, 55.

787. Water is the best liquid possible to cleanse the tissues.—The Review and Herald, July 29, 1884.


788. To secure a good circulation of the current of human life, all parts of the body must be suitably clad.—The Health Reformer, April 1, 1872.


789. Bathing frees the skin from the accumulation of impurities which are constantly collecting, and keeps the skin moist and supple, thereby increasing and equalizing the circulation.—Testimonies for the Church 3:70.

790. A bath, properly taken, fortifies against cold, because the circulation is improved, ... for the blood is brought to the surface, and a more easy and regular flow of the blood through all the blood-vessels is obtained.—Testimonies for the Church 3:71.

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