Monday, May 26, 2014

Hungry For Change

Occasionally, I have free time to sit down, prop up my feet, and watch something on Netflix. This past weekend I decided to watch a documentary called "Hungry For Change: Your health is in your hands". This documentary really challenged me look at the food choices that I make on a daily basis. They communicated the importance of our need to stop dieting and completely change our lifestyle.

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One of my favorite things that they talked about was that we need to begin to transform our minds. Personally, I believe that God's word is the only way to truly renew our minds and we need to fill our minds with scripture. However, I believe that there is value in the quote shown below.

If I tell myself that we can't have something, I feel deprived and want that food more than ever. However, if I recognize that I can eat anything I want, but I choose not to. Well now that gives me power over food, so that I do not have to be controlled by my cravings.


As a result of this movie, I am going to focus on eating more Weight Watchers Power Foods for the next few weeks. I tried the Simply Filling plan when I was pregnant with Sophie, but I didn't do a very good job of staying on plan. This time around, I am really going to focus on making healthy foods choices and being careful about what I put in my body.

How can you begin to make healthier food choices today!?

2 comments:

Nicole Andrew said...

First and foremost, I like the title of your blog. That's one reason I decided to go through your post. I am very much interested in talking about changing your lifestyle into what will make things go better just like losing weight.

I also got a blog too and I want to share it to you.

Sugarr2518 said...

I love your quote that you found about thinking that you can have it, but don't want it! It's a great way to rethink things and kind of train your mind into thinking something else:) I try to do this as well and it has helped me out a lot!

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