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If you are struggling to create healthy eating habits…Joyce has some advice for you!

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Joyce Meyer Ministries Joyce Meyer Ministries is called to share the Gospel and extend the love of Christ, and is built on a foundation of faith, integrity and dedicated supporters who share this call. Through Joyce’s teachings, God has provided opportunities to meet the needs of the suffering and bring the Gospel in a practical way. Her passion to help hurting people every day is foundational to the vision of Hand of Hope, the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. These outreaches around the globe include feeding programs, medical care, homes for orphans, and programs combatting human trafficking. Dave and Joyce Meyer, who’ve been in ministry for more than 40 years, founded Joyce Meyer Ministries in 1987 as a Christian, non-profit organization that is financially supported by the contributions of its friends and partners. Joyce Meyer Ministries For more information on Joyce Meyer Ministries visit:

Comment (21)

  1. I've cut all I can (I follow the very strict AIP for about the last 18 months) but I am still sick and tired. I ask God what to do, but I still have no energy and I'm not getting any answer from God so I keep doing what I'm doing, but I'm so tired of being sick and tired. What do I do? With lots of love from chilly Arizona, 60/36f today.

  2. I have been a dietitian for over 40 years, trying to help people lose weight and change bad habits, so I know what I am talking about. Just like alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, FOOD IS AN ADDICTION. It doesn't matter if you keep snack food out of your house or try to discipline yourself to stop eating when you first feel full. An addict will find a way to rationalize overeating, will get dressed in the middle of the night and drive to a convenience store to buy junk food, sneak food when nobody is watching, will find a way to get their "fix". Addicts need to get psychological counseling to treat the source of their addiction. Whatever pain you are dealing with and trying to pacify with food, figure out a way, with a therapist, to conquer that pain. That's the only long-term solution.