Today, February 6, is Go Red for Women–a day to bring awareness to women’s heart health. In addition to rocking your best red outfit, purchase and read two books that will improve your overall heart health. Having a healthy heart involves proper nutrition and physical activity, which is discussed in the first book recommendation. In conjunction, a healthy heart also includes good mental and emotional health, which is the focus of the second book recommendation. Click on the titles of the book for more information on how to purchase the books. Be heart healthy!
Book Recommendation 1: Dear God, Bless this Mess: What Christians Should Know About Food, Health & Healing
In this book, Dr. Amanda Roberson pulls back the curtain to expose why our food choices are leading to chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and cancer and what to do about it. Recognizing that God is the Great Physician, Dr. Roberson will show you how to take responsibility as a good steward over your body by teaching you:
- Why many of your favorite foods are killing you slowly
- What you can do to reverse the affects of chronic illnesses and medical conditions
- Spiritual aspects of illness and disease and the power of your words over your health.
With so much conflicting information about health – often driven by people who want to increase profits – Dr. Roberson gives you the truth about how to create healthy habits that allow you to enjoy the abundant life God wants you to have. (Source: Dear God, Bless This Mess)
Book Recommendation 2: Broken Believer: No More
Coming soon to an iPad, Nook, or paperback version near you, Broken Believer NoMore by Monica DeBro. Her story of pain, self-destruction, healing, forgiveness and redemption will inspire you, empower you, and transform you. Sign up via email at her website to receive updates on how to order your copy.