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The Wholly Holy Bible Diet has been a hit with Charismatics since it began releasing its series of Bible-themed foods and beverages in 1998. “All our ingredients come wholly from the pages of the Holy Bible” has been its slogan—and its practice—since the beginning. Now, however, Catholics and mainline Protestants can take part in the fun with new fruits and vegetables never before seen in WHBD products.

“There were certain seeds and Middle-Eastern fruits that the Old and New Testaments do not mention, but which show up in the Apocrypha,” says Kymberlee Smith, 32, wife of the late founder of The Wholly Holy Bible Diet. “Some of those ingredients were hard to locate, and two are illegal in the US, but we managed to find them all and incorporate them into our products. Orders have been pouring in from all over the world.”

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