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Here, six typical indulgences that offer enough of a health benefit to enjoy (within reason): In a June 2018 study from JAMA Ophthalmology, participants experienced small sight improvements for at least two hours after eating a dark chocolate bar. This included a 40% improvement in contrast sensitivity, possibly due to increased blood flow. I created my 8-week Program to help people give up diets for life, reclaim their relationship with health and heal their bodies.
I offer plenty of lifestyle tips, menu planners, tips on indulgence and more. And there are actual health benefits to that too, so long as we can find evidence that acts as permission to feel good about it. Here are some brands working with this truth in a positive way. These are insights that you too, could leverage for your brand: Let consumers “own” their indulgence.
Luckily, research shows that some of the indulgences we let ourselves enjoy may actually have health benefits. However, the information in the media can be confusing and downright contradictory at times. So here’s what the science really says. Why the Gaining of a Plenary indulgence for Oneself is not a Selfish Act. First we must understand two fundamental and extremely important features about the dogma and doctrine of Plenary Indulgences: The benefits of an indulgence can be applied to oneself.
Catholics should not be defensive about indulgences. They are based on principles straight from the Bible. Pope Paul VI declared, “[T]he Church invites all its children to think over and weigh up in their minds as well as they can how the use of indulgences benefits their lives and all Christian society…. This has been discussed on here before and the consensus was that we cannot apply indulgences to other living people because we cannot ensure that persons other than ourselves meet conditions like having repented of their sins and had them forgiven (as indulgences just remit temporal punishment for sins already forgiven), and having no attachment to sin (for the plenary). The indulgence system was formalized by Pope Urban II (1035–1099) during the Council of Clermont in 1095.
If an individual performed enough good deeds to earn a full or ‘Plenary’ indulgence from the Pope or lesser ranks of churchmen, all their sins (and punishment) would be erased. Throughout this second year (hard to believe there are 6 months of didactic training left!), I’ve been determined to hang on to those things that make my heart content: homemade meals with fresh veggies, sand volleyball with classmates, and daily meditations. In spite of the stressors–and a couple of gray eyebrow hairs (!)–I’m happy.
Truly. Health Benefits of Tea: Green, Black, and White Tea Tea is a name given to a lot of brews, but purists consider only green tea, black tea, white tea, oolong tea, and pu-erh tea the real thing.
List of related literature:
|from A History of Business in Medieval Europe, 1200-1550|
|from Healthful Living|
|from Chris Beat Cancer: A Comprehensive Plan for Healing Naturally|
|from Handbook of Religion and Health|
|from The Faith Explained|
|from Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society|
|from Selected Messages Book 2|
|from Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book|
|from The Pursuit of Holiness: Run in Such a Way as to Get the Prize 1 Corinthians 9:24|