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It’s so easy to define ourselves by the ups and downs of our days. But the truth is that we are who He says we are in spite of how we feel.

-ChristianMentalHealth

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Grow Your Vision

"Feelings come and go but your identify is secure in Christ "

Best Foods To Eat In The Morning 

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If you don’t want a full meal but still crave a bite to eat in the morning, try fruit.

All fruits are relatively low in calories and contain good amounts of fiber and simple sugars. The fiber in fruit helps slow your body’s absorption of its sugars, giving you a steady source of energy .

Depending on the type of fruit, you’ll also get various vitamins and minerals.

For example, many fruits — including oranges, guava, kiwi, strawberries, papaya, acerola cherries, and lychee — are high in vitamin C, which acts as an antioxidant and plays a key role in skin health .

Other fruits like bananas, oranges, cantaloupe, papaya, and mango are high in potassium .

Furthermore, fruits provide an array of polyphenol compounds and antioxidants depending on their color. For instance, guava is high in lycopene while purple plums pack anthocyanins. This is why it’s important to eat fruits of various colors   Source).

Research indicates that eating whole fruit may offer numerous benefits, such as a decreased risk of heart disease and cancer, lower rates of depression and poor mental health, healthy aging, and better gut health Source,

Since fruit juice lacks fiber and is less likely to keep you full, it’s best to stick with whole fruit most often For a balanced breakfast, pair fruit with high protein foods, such as eggs, Greek yogurt, or cottage cheese.

Self-Care

1 Corinthians 6:19–20 KJV

 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's.

1)Self-Care for Christians is about making the daily decision to nourish yourself through the Word of God, eating nourishing foods, and investing in your overall well-being. This may result in intentionally declining the promise of a “quick fix” product or program and instead seeking out the ways that God provides for you.

2) Self-care is not selfish nor indulgent when it’s actively following and cooperating with God’s redemptive work in you.

3) Engaging in self-care should provide more than momentary relief. Self-care involves making small choices and building healthy habits that replenish your mind, body, soul and spirit.

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