I don't want to beat a dead horse, and I did already blog about this topic this week, but what in the world is going on?
I was on the news cruise today, and found an article from CNN about the corelation between faith and fat.
In short, "Churches pay more attention to obvious vices like smoking or drinking," said Matthew Feinstein, lead author of the research and fourth-year medical student at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. "Our best guess about why is that…more frequent participation in church is associated with good works and people may be rewarding themselves with large meals that are more caloric in nature than we would like."
How are we supposed to lead the world in God's Design for Life, if we can't get a hold of our own bodies?
I'm as guilty as the next person for eating too much, putting on too much weight, and not paying attention to the quality of food in my body. So I'm comitting to you, the readers, to do a weekly health update.
You don't have to go run a marathon.
You don't have to join a gym, or run with the local club.
You don't have to bike the Tour de France.
But let's try and share health tips here on the blog, so the world can know more about our faith than our obesity! Not to mention, this is our Body. Given to us by God. Made in His image. We should be well to take care of it.