One Pound of Fat

 

Pathways to Health

The path to good health can be rocky at times with obstacles in the way.

Educating yourself is the key!

While sitting in on a diabetic education class with my father recently, I heard a few facts that I thought interesting.

I decided to write a short post of Fat Facts.

Here’s what I learned while educating myself:

  1. Each pound of fat lost is equal to relieving 4 pounds pressure of joint stress. (source)
  2. Every pound of fat gained adds miles of new blood vessels/capillaries. (source)
  3. One pound of fat is equal to 4 sticks of butter. (source- my friend, Danelle brought this to my attention)
  4. There is a big difference between GOOD fats and BAD fats.
  5. The liver will convert excess sugar into fat. (source)
  6. Each gram of fat supplies 9 calories. (source)
  7. Toxins from food, medications, and environment are insulated in stored fat to keep from damaging the body. (source)

 

Two by Two, the Path of Friendship

friends…one of God’s many blessings

 

According to the book of Proverbs, what color hair is a Crown of Splendor?

Red, answered the first team competing on The Great American Bible Challenge.

A few minutes later, the second team appeared and were asked the same question.

Red, they replied.
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15 tips for Weight Loss

 

walking trail

wild phlox growing along the walking trail

 

(NOTE: This is the second part in my Pathways to Health series)

I am beginning Week 8 of my journey to wellness.

I began with a Sugar Challenge.

I have shed 15 pounds so far, with 10 more to lose.

I’d like to share some tips I’ve learned along the way! 
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The Path to Forgiveness

path to forgiveness

 

(NOTE: This is the first part in my Pathways to Health series)

The Path to Forgiveness can be a long and weary road. Yet, it is not an option. Christ commands it.


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My name is Kathy and I’m an addict…

 

addict

During the intervention, being gently told I was an addict, my first reaction was disbelief and shock. What?!

It was then followed by denial. Are you serious? Not me! I can take it or leave it!

Then came the justification with excuses. Well, I’m not as bad as some people! I don’t use like they do!

I was shown a video.

Wow. I couldn’t believe my eyes…

Blood.


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