This morning, I happened to read in 1 Timothy 4. (Note, I read from this 3 year Bible reading plan. 1 year plans are too much for my daily attention span. 😉 This, I can actually read, process and retain throughout the day.) I have had 1 Timothy 4 quoted to me as Scripture that supposedly would say I am wrong to abstain from particular foods.
We went to our library’s story time yesterday, mainly for Farm Princess. When Farm Boys were younger, we’d often go hear the stories, and do the little craft. Yesterday’s craft was based on the letter N–they were all going to make Necklaces, with these:
Maybe the GAPS Diet is too big of a resolution? Here are some suggestions for little resolutions you can make to improve your diet and health:
I always post about when we “cheat” on the diet, but well, I just want to share because this diet is so amazing and we feel good so much of the time–so the times we don’t feel good really stand out.
Since embarking on this GAPS Diet adventure, the phrase I have heard most from people has been:
“Well, everything is ok in moderation.”
What most people donâ€™t understand is that if youâ€™re eating the “typical American Diet,” youâ€™re not eating in moderation.