Aimed at a Christian audience, the Salvation Diet is “a biblically-based nutrition program designed to help Christian men and women escape the curse of obesity and live long, productive lives in the service of Christ.”
Studies show Christians, as a whole, are much more likely to be obese in the US than non-Christians. For example…
- Studies by Purdue University suggest Christians are 14% more likely to be obese than non-believers.
- Research from Northwestern University concluded young adults who attend church once a week are 50% more likely to be obese.
- According to Pew and Pulpit, 76% of pastors and church leaders are overweight or obese.
Fighting his own battle with obesity, author Chris Walker turned to the Bible when nothing else worked, and it led to weight loss discoveries that completely transformed his life. Now, his mission with the release of the Salvation Diet is simple:
Help guide 1,000,000 Christians out of the terrible trap of being “fat” or obese forever...
Early reports indicate the Salvation Diet will be both inspirational and controversial, but will be strongly backed by scientific evidence and proven weight loss principles, all inspired by the Bible.
The Salvation Diet does not officially open to the public until November 7th, but interested individuals who want to get a jump on their weight loss journey can get more information and early back-door access through StabilityPact.org.