Monday, May 25, 2020

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Church and Obesity: The Unspoken Deadly Sin

The church and obesity is not exactly a match made in Heaven. Here's why the body of Christ needs to break from unhealthy eating immediately.

The Truth About Fruit: Should You Avoid High Glycemic Fruit?

Are some fruits bad for your health, and others good? Read the truth about high glycemic fruit and how to enjoy fruit for healthy eating and living.

Living Fit and Free: One Woman’s Story of Quitting Diets and Finding Health

Are you struggling to get off diet plans and make peace with your body image? Be inspired by Marsha Apsley and her journey to living fit and free.

Is a Gluten-Free Diet a Healthy Way to Eat?

As the gluten-free diet gains more and more popularity, let's take a look at what gluten is, who should avoid it, and what the science says about it.

When Your Sweet Tooth Aches: 6 Solutions for Afternoon Sugar Cravings

Conquer your afternoon sugar cravings once and for all with these 6 healthy alternatives to eating sugary afternoon treats.

The Real Reason a Diet Plan Will Never Help You Lose Weight, Feel Great

Tired of your diet plan and quick weight loss gimmicks to lose weight and feel great? Give these tips a try for long-lasting healthy living.

Plant-Forward Thinking: What Does a Plant-Based Diet Look Like?

Did you know that a plant-forward diet doesn't have to be boring or restrictive? Here's how to embrace a plant-based diet with joy and satisfaction.

Mindless vs. Mindful Eating: Does Eating Without Intention Affect Your Health?

How does mindless eating on the go affect our health? Here are 6 ways to incorporate mindful eating into your pursuit of healthy living.

3 Practical Ways to Lose the Weight For Good

Try these 3 practical tips to be on your way to lose the weight for good.

7 Truths About Diet Cheat Days You Should Know

Cheat Day or Nah? Some "cheat day" advocates claim that it helps individuals stick to their eating plans and maybe even boost their metabolism.  But, others claim it can do physical and psychological harm. Now, even if it doesn’t harm...
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Peer Pressure: When Followers of Christ are Tempted to Follow the Crowd

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Profile Pics vs. Heart Selfies: The Truth About Real Life on Social Media

If comparison is a thief, social media drives the getaway car. Try these tips to break the cycle of social media comparison and be who God says you are.

Supreme Court Debates What Makes a Minister and Job Discrimination

The Supreme Court hears Christian teachers challenging the “ministerial exception” that shields religious institutions from anti-discrimination lawsuits.
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