Food and Mood
I posted this last year just to our Team Fabulous. It is such valuable information, I want to share it again this year and with everyone. This is also a great reminder to myself to not let it happen again.
“I would guess that by now as we are into the midst of traditional favorite foods, you may have correlated the close association between wrong (unhealthy foods) and a sunken mood, which can so easily lead to a feeling of despair and depression.”
A Sunken Mood
“In the wee morning hours I awoke wondering why I felt sunken. There was nothing particularly different about my circumstances. Then the Lord began to reveal to me that if I succumb to the wrong foods, I will pay the price. For me the price is a sunken mood. This is way too high a price for me. My mood is usually very optimistic and hopeful, so I become easily aware of any change.”
Remember Hoe Downs and 17 oz. Water
Eating with Intention, Not Carelessly
“Even though I hadn’t gotten off track too much, my body didn’t care for the side tour. I don’t mean I couldn’t enjoy my very favorites in a limited fashion. I mean I cannot begin to eat unintentionally: eating too fast, just a little debit food here and a little there (that I don’t even particularly love), forgetting to erase; and topping that off with trying to fit more on my schedule than I can complete in the next two decades.”
I am praying for you and asking the Father to strengthen each of us to make the best choices possible and to trust Him for the victory.