Diet buzz words show up everywhere, even the church. Today I’m sharing a video where I talk about the intersection between food and faith in the Christian context. In the video, I reference my devotional bible study, Faith, Food, Freedom. Follow along with your own copy on page 18. If you don’t have one, download … More What Does Food Have to Do With Faith?
Have you ever heard of the hunger-fullness scale? If not, it’s a linear measure with tic marks ranging from 0 to 10 where 0 is famished and 10 is stuffed silly. Nutrition professionals encourage folks to start eating at a 3 or 4 of hunger level and stop eating around a 7 or 8. “It’s … More It’s Okay to Feel Full
As long as I can remember, I’ve had a sweet tooth; and for the first 20 years of my life, I shamed myself for it. Growing up, my parents were pretty concerned about “healthy eating” and rarely kept desserts in the house. My mom also often touted the many benefits of things like broccoli, almonds … More What Is Intuitive Eating, Anyway?
I love butter. Not because I’m “keto” or follow a low-carb diet in any regard; I just think it’s a fantastic food, and I love how it tastes. I cook my eggs in it and put it on my toast, and obviously bake with it. My husband teases me about the amount of butter I … More Good for You, Not for Them
When I’m driving, I usually am focused on one of two things: where I’m trying to go, or the cars in front of me that never seem to move quickly enough. Either way, my attention is geared towards my desires for the future, about where I hope to be. This definitely stems from impatience in-part, … More Powerful Truth