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Most of us have overeaten at one time or another, only to regret it later. Who hasn’t felt uncomfortably full after Thanksgiving dinner? But why do so many people feel out of control around food so often? Why do so many of us cave to food cravings and over indulge or even binge, only to be left with overwhelming guilt that we’ve broken yet another diet or healthy eating resolution? We’re left feeling uncomfortable, wondering why we didn’t have more will power or couldn’t stay strong in the face of temptation....
This recipe was as huge hit with our pilot participants. The dish’s cauliflower and white bean topping is arguably richer and tastier than the traditional potato topping…and the kids won’t know it doesn’t have potatoes unless you tell them! Consider making these in individual portions and freezing extra servings for a last-minute heat-and-serve meal. For a fantastic vegetarian meal, try the tempeh variation. ...
Based on those statistics, tackling diabesity might seem overwhelming or too monumental, but I don’t think so. From my perspective, it becomes a small problem that should be addressed locally, with a focus on community and social connection....
In all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. —Proverbs 3:6 Growth happens through a steady stream of little choices. If you want to eat in a better way, if you want to take care of your body and exercise more, it takes a series of small choices that add up to big results. You make small choices at every meal or every time you lace up your sneakers....
Eileen is a 56-year-old mother, grandmother and retired registered nurse who began her healing journey began at the age of 49. Through the Daniel Plan, God has helped her rebuild her life and she is now a triathlete. Here’s Eileen’s story:...


 
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