Nutrition courses have been standard curriculum in Chiropractic
colleges, with good reason. What we eat matters.
While some people appear to do well with processed and “fast
foods” for a season, it is not considered a wise, long-term
Purchase healthy, naturally grown foods as often as
possible/practical, the way God made them for us, and drink
clean water often. I recommend searching out an organic food co-op
or store if such is available in your area. When in season, a
farmer’s market is a fine place to shop. Talk to the farmers
about their crops and encourage them with their organic farming.
If you realize that there are areas to change, you are not
alone. Lift your heart and pray that the Lord will plant the
seeds of desire today, so that an effective change can take
place within you, by His perfect plan.
If you’re already on that path to better nutrition, Praise the
Lord and keep praying. I hope and pray that you will be a
healthy influence to those around you. Not so much by preaching
health, but by living the example and helping them find the
answers, as they are ready. When we are changed from the inside,
it is hard not to notice.
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