Health: Sugar Is Your Enemy

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Ask Father if food is an it a substitute for His nuture/love? Pray...confess gluttony, self-hatred, whatever the Holy Spirit shows you is the root of unhealthy eating habits...ask for and receive His forgiveness, then turn from obsessing with food being 'bad' or 'good'---rather realize it is used for health and strength. Balance, wisdom (yes, whole foods over processed is wisdom!) and seek Father's love. Honor the yourself /like yourlself/accept yourself right where you are just as He does. Take captive those negative words the enemy sends your way about how ugly/fat you are...send them right back and speak TRUTH over your life. Walking out Truth is a moment by moment choice...with the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit, Truth will prevail in your life. FREEDOM!!!!!!!!

grace4zoe Apr 7, 2010 at 11:00 pm Flag as inappropriate

This was some very good information. I am a nurse and I am over the health health info centers. I try and instruct my diabetic patients to limit there sugar intake as well as their carb intake. I think a balance diet is best. God created everything for a purpose, sugar can be good be in moderation. Moderation is the key, plus exercise. Thank you for this great information.

tbanderson Apr 7, 2010 at 10:52 pm Flag as inappropriate

Thank You for opening my eyes. I will not continue to make my family sick from sugar.

Redeemed Apr 7, 2010 at 6:56 pm Flag as inappropriate

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kitten Apr 7, 2010 at 6:15 pm Flag as inappropriate

I suffered from Migraines for about 15 years. I cut out sugar and carbs, ate lean meats and vegtables and my migraines stopped. This was over 8 years ago and I have lost about 150 lbs and have never been healthier. The trick is to not get carried away with the "fatty meats" and stick to lean meats such as fish and chicken.

Shy_tbear Apr 7, 2010 at 1:51 pm Flag as inappropriate

My ears perked up to this story because I am currently struggling with high blood sugar, high blood pressure and high triglycerides.But, I am also concerned that while so many doctors discourage the consumption of animal products (even the bible says eat meat sparingly), this plan involves the consumption of unhealthy animal products such as bacon, sausage and eggs. Can this actually be healthy in the long run?

Janet Stephens Apr 7, 2010 at 1:38 pm Flag as inappropriate

This is so good to know.My son of 52 is type2 diabetes and travels with his bussiness.I'm giving him a copy of this.Thanks,June

JUNE DARLEY Apr 7, 2010 at 11:30 am Flag as inappropriate

Very interesting and I agree completely that sugar intake is out of control. This seems to just be a new name for the Adkins diet to me though. Either way we do need to cut down on carbs and sugar. Great work on getting that message out there!

jsquared Apr 7, 2010 at 11:21 am Flag as inappropriate

I have two teenage daughters and I feel it is going to be difficult to cut out the sugar. I might add that it will be hard by myself. Thank you very much for the information. It was an eye opener.
Thank you,
Leslie Lancaster

Leslie Lancaster Apr 7, 2010 at 9:52 am Flag as inappropriate