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Personal Inspiration for wanting to cheat

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

* This started out as a comment, then a status, now a blog post I can refer to....*

*What is good for you, is bad for dis-ease. What is bad for you is good for dis-ease.*

So if you are sitting there thinking sugar or honey, french fries or apple, remember white refined sugar, cheetos, mcdonalds, it is all junk and feeds illness/dis-ease.

The word food is defined as " any nourishing substance that is eaten, drunk, or otherwise taken into the body to sustain life, provide energy, promote growth, etc. "

All junk food does is give your body the caloric intake needed so you don't collapse and the sugar/energy boost to keep you going.

Think about why and what you are giving your body, is it really nourishing? Is it really food? If not, why are you eating it? WHY? WHY?

Deal with the why, reaffirm the need to eat the good food.

Honor your body. Erica, choose what your body NEEDS to survive.

Don't throw sewage in your temple.

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    Melinda :D Just removing other drinks and only drinking water, it is amazing how your body responds. And the more food I feed my body the less sugary substances my body craves.
    2090 days ago
    Very true. And when you feed your body sugary and/or carby junk, it still needs Real Food for some much needed vitamins & minerals. So you have the cravings from all the sugar and wanting more, and your body is begging for more food so it can find something of nutritonal value. If you feed it more crap, the cycle just never ends.

    You are on the right track!


    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    Melinda (gopintos)
    Dr Oz Show Fans Team

    2091 days ago
    2091 days ago
    Great blog - thanks for the encouragement. Can't hear those words enough - just need to learn to live by them!
    2092 days ago
  • GDEDES147
    very well said, love it... now i just need to live it as well.
    thanks for your inspiration

    2092 days ago
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