Deuteronomy 8:2-3,14-16; Psalms 147:12-15, 19-20; 1Corinthians 10:16-17; John 6:51-58
Let me begin today with some “food for thought.” With the dizzying array of “recommended” diet plans being touted these days, how do you decide which is best for you? Is it low carb or low fat; dairy-free or gluten-free; macrobiotic or simply organic; vegan or vegetarian (and what exactly is the difference?); cleansing, detoxifying, juicing or fasting? With so many choices, how do you decide?
What about exercise? How about “P90x?” Sounds interesting, but if the 90 means 90 days, I’m not yet ready to commit. Like me, if you’re short on time, why not try “10-Minute Abs” or, perhaps “The Five-Minute Workout?” Of course there is always Yoga, “Zoomba,” aerobics, line dancing and personal trainer videos, to name just a few. And let’s not forget the endless list of home fitness gadgets and gizmos including “The Gazelle,” “Crossfit,” “Bowflex,” “Teeter Hang Ups,” and, get this one: “The Hawaii Chair,” whose motto is “If you can sit, you can get fit.” Believe it…
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