Here are a few additional points to consider as you embrace the possibility of change in your nutritional lifestyle.
Change requires you to be willing to understand the truth of setting your affections on those things that are above and not on those things that are below (Colossians 3:2). In many cases our affections are set on food which makes it difficult to develop a healthier relationship with food. We don't recognize that it sits on the throne of our heart, dictating or controlling our actions.
Change requires your using the word of God as your strength and bridge builder. The word is key in helping you to make the changes and sustain those changes you desire. The word of God interrupt and helps to destroy old habits and build new bridges that empowers you to take a different path.
Change requires you to be willing to meditating on the word of God morning, noon and night when you are breaking chains and soul ties. Change demands all of that.
Change requires your willingness to allow the hurt from within to be healed. That hurt that you have been soothing with food. That place of hurt that you have used food as a distraction as oppose to dealing with the root cause. That place of lack, low-self image, low self- worth, or whatever perceived insufficiency or mindset that drives you to food as an answer to all of your problems.
Change requires your willingness to choose a different path. "Let there first be a willing heart." 2 Corinthian 8:12
What actions have you taken to support your decision to change? Write me and tell me about it. I would love to hear from you.