Lighten Up (eBook): 40 Days to a Healthier Body, Soul and Spirit

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Struik Christian Media, 2018 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Lighten Up offers a unique lifestyle program that invites you to return to the basics of wellness. You will learn not to obsess about health, but rather manage the seven issues that have the greatest impact on your everyday health and well-being. These seven issues are: your love relationship with God; a clean, wholesome diet; sufficient hydration; regular exercise; a daily dose of fresh air; enough sleep and rest; and freedom from addiction to sugar and/or wheat. Lighten Up will help you find a sustainable way of living that represents a godly investment in your body, soul and spirit. Also included are daily prayers, Scriptures, space for journaling and a recipe section to get you started.

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The Seven Basics of Wellness
Living from Your New Heart Preparation Day 2 Understanding Grace
How Does God Want to Relate to
Designed by
Free from SoulRule
Biblical Fasting
Live Protected
Divine Weaponry
The Bible
The Body of Christ

The Cross
Stress Pressure and Triggers
The Art of Journaling
Hungry and Full
Eat What Is Set before
The Health Benefits of Confession
Get Up and Get Going
Inner Dialogue
Check Your
Created to Rule
Significant Breakthrough
Rules versus Loving
The Gift of Time
God Wants to Partner with You
Checking the Plumbing
The Biblical Pattern of Two Mealsa Day Day 35 Your Tongue
Milk and Honey
Learning from Daniel
Guard Your Heart
Dangerous Comparisons
Today You Break Your Fast
Where to from Here?
Recommended Reading
Recipes for Healthy Meals
Recipe Index Breakfast Options Soups Stocks Sauces Salads
Warm Meals
Desserts Baked Treats

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About the author (2018)

Vivienne Heath is an author and a speaker at retreats and events for women. She lectures at Bible colleges where she addresses issues such as intimacy with God and the integration of body, soul and spirit. She heads up Fit for Praise—a dance ministry that teaches participants to praise, worship and carry out spiritual warfare with movement. A wife, mom and grandmother, Vivienne lives in Pretoria. Website:

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