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Christian Ministries for Animals and the People Who Care About Them



Florida: Life Reclaimed Ministries (LRM)

Our mission at LRM is to empower people through plant-based nutrition, helping them to restore vibrant health.

Founded by Dale and Elaine West, LRM works to spread the message of hope and healing, as well as to inspire others to adopt a healthy, plant-based diet. Our top reasons to go plant-based:

  • To restore one's health to a new vibrancy
  • To be good stewards of the planet, caring for God's creation
  • To create a less violent world, in part by helping to put an end to factory farming
  • To find enjoyment in all the wonderful, great-tasting varieties of fresh, nutritious foods

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LRM is an Educational Alliance Partner with the Food for Life Program, established by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) based out of Washington, D.C., promoting preventive medicine through several innovative programs like Food For Life.

Dale and Elaine are both certified by Cornell University in Plant Based Nutrition and are also Health Ministers with Hallelujah Acres, which promotes a whole foods, plant-based diet (85% raw and 15% cooked), enabling vibrant health by helping to empower the self-healing body God created.

Nutrition and cooking classes available in the Gainesville/Melrose, Florida. Visit the LRM website for upcoming events.

Also watch Eating Mercifully Documentary (copy/paste URL into your browser):

(386) 661-2287
Rooterville, A Sanctuary Inc.
PO Box 155
Gainesville, FL 32185 

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