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While I do not believe the Word of Wisdom boils down to a WFPB diet, I am convinced there is much to commend the study of WFPB nutrition. Its value goes well beyond helping us take better care of our bodies.
Given the broad-based principles of the Word of Wisdom, faithful Latter-day Saints might honestly label any number of diets as a “Word of Wisdom diet.” Long-time readers of this series know that I personally favor a whole food, plant-based diet for a good number of reasons, and so the purpose of today's article is to explore the relationship between a WFPB diet and the Word of Wisdom.
Many people believe the Word of Wisdom is very clear about the diet it recommends. What is interesting is that their interpretations of what it advocates vary—widely. Did the Lord do a poor job communicating? Or is it possible that understanding the will of the Lord demands a lot more of our effort than we generally suppose?