She often times contradicted herself in the same breath. Like when she claimed flesh of dead animals is never found on her table, yet in the next sentence says she regularly eats fish.
She claimed to not preach one thing and practice another, yet her life is documented and marked with hypocrisy when it came to her own diet compared to the long list of food abstinence and bondage she prescribed on everyone else. So much so that if one didn’t yield to it, they wouldn’t be fit for translation to Heaven supposedly. Over the course of her whole life she consumed oysters, venison, fish and duck, to name only a few.
She claimed flesh foods must be completely ridded from the diet in order to be saved and that those awaiting the return of Christ would be vegetarians, yet she didn’t follow this “counsel from Heaven” herself.
The Bible does not condemn the consumption of meat. Paul warned Timothy in 1 Timothy 4:1-4 that people would come along teaching doctrines of demons, one of which includes forbidding the consumption of certain foods.
Paul also explains in Romans 14:1-4 that one person eats only vegetables and another doesn’t, but God accepts both people. This is also inline with what God told Noah after the flood (Genesis 9:1-3). The same Paul very plainly says that food does not bring us near to God and we are no worse if we do not eat, and no better if we do (1 Corinthians 8:8, 10:25-9, Colossians 2:16-23).
Furthermore, Jesus himself said in Mark 7:14-23 that all foods are clean and it isn’t what goes into a person that defiles them, but what comes out of ones heart.
The Adventist Church typically points to Leviticus 11 to support these claims, setting that against the words of Paul and Jesus, making contradictions in the Bible.