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November 5, 2018

Weigh Down – Recipes for Weight Loss

Hear testimonies of healing and freedom!! No matter how much or how little you have to lose or what circumstance you are in...YOU can be set free!
January 3, 2022

Helpful Tips

As you have begun waiting for true hunger, God has shown you just how much of your heart has been devoted to your passion for food rather than to Him. But the fact is, you are now free from worrying about food, man-made food rules, and the control that food used to have over you. You are free to be fully devoted to HIM, while enjoying His wonderful foods when your body is hungry...[:es]It is a wonderful feeling to be devoted to God instead of food. Remember that prayer – constant communication with God – will keep you focused...
January 4, 2022

Eat to Live, Not Live to Eat

Here are some more tips to help break your focus on the food – especially during this busy time of year. Do not eat in your car. Do not eat in your room. Do not keep a food drawer at work loaded with unnecessary snacks. Do not eat in front of the TV. You do not need to eat your way through the day! ...
January 5, 2022

Overcoming Daily Challenges

We’ve talked about some tips for getting through the sudden temptations, but are you experiencing daily challenges that sometimes seem almost insurmountable? You can make it! Just remember that God is personally attentive to your individual specific needs, so always pray! ...
January 12, 2022

What Should I Drink for Weight Loss Success?

We suggest that you drink only non-caloric drinks, such as water, diet sodas, and artificially sweetened tea while you are learning how to sense the body’s needs. If you drink sugared tea or sodas, milk, fruit juice, or sports drinks throughout the day, the glucose or the sugar from them will keep your blood sugars up, the result being somewhat like an IV bag in the hospital...
February 8, 2022

How to Sense the “Full” Feeling

The body processes food more slowly than the mouth chews it and swallows it. It takes 20 minutes for the food to hit the bloodstream...