Ministering health through preservation
According to Hosea 12:13 of the Bible (King James Version), "And by a prophet the LORD brought Israel out of Egypt, and by a prophet was he preserved." Fitzroy Williams has followed in these footsteps, making it his prophetic mission to minister the message of health to the masses through Preservation Health Foods and Restaurant.
Williams has been actively involved in health for over 20 years, and explained that he, alongside his wife, started the business in their home back in 2004. "We prepared vegetarian patties and healthy pastries, putting a spin on the names, like nutrizzada." Carrying their product to bible study, the demand grew to providing tasty delights for persons attending conventions. From there, they decided to expand, setting up shop and a mini food store in the town of Hopewell in 2007. By 2009, they broadened their health horizons, moving to CAP Complex in Lucea.
The restaurant located downstairs at Shop 1B, offers a wide array of stews, Indian dahl, rasta pasta, escovitched tofu sandwich, pastries such as coconut roll, "That smell will live with you forever," he added.
While upstairs at number eight, you will find the health food store: from spirulina protein shakes, zinc punch shakes, cashews, mixed fruits, nuts and seeds, all-natural cereals, a variety of skincare products, seasoning combos - a fusion of herbs and spices and herb combos, designed to assist with managing different ailments like cancer, male impotence, and immune deficiency.
"We can't just minister to the physical body. Preserving health means preserving life, eternal life. We provide prophecy and health books for persons to read while dining. They can listen to ebooks of the word. We don't medicate you, we educate you on how to live a healthy life so you can do it on your own," he said.
So for all your health needs, or if you desire a nice and quiet culinary getaway, visit Preservation Health Foods and Restaurant. Your body, mind and spirit will thank you. For more information, visit them in CAP Complex on Miller's Drive in Lucea, Hanover, or call: 572-5662.