Nutrition is important. We are what we eat. However, we’re also products of what’s taking place in our minds. Our thoughts are important as well.
In this series on intermittent fasting, we’ve focused on the physical benefits up to this point. We’re going to shift gears a little bit with this post and talk about how intermittent fasting can benefit our souls or our mental / emotional health.
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Inside This Post You’ll Learn How Intermittent Fasting Can:
- Improve your mental function and clarity of thought
- Improve your mood and sense of well being
- Relieve Depression
- Help you with junk-food cravings….
We have science, and we have the bible. We’ve been told that science is based of observable evidence (the facts). And that the bible is a bunch of old stories that must be taken on blind faith. There is no common ground. We must choose one over the other.
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Note: If you would like to read the bible references in this post. Make sure you read it on the website. There you can hover your pointer over the verses and read them in their entirety.
The only trouble with these conclusions is that they’re false. The bible has stood the test of time and held up to untold scientific scrutiny. It continues to be the number one best selling book of all time. There’s good reason for this. The bible is the inspired word of God, and thus useful for instruction. (2 Timothy 3:16)
Why do I mention this? Because the bible has plenty to say about the spirit-mind-body connection…..
I thought it would be a good time to elaborate a bit on the mind.
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The mind is a little more difficult to define than the body…..