“Fighting Diet Demons: Journal” is the second in a set of three books that gives readers insight into why diets fail. The journal is comprised of a short overview of a suggested eating plan, but no eating plan is promoted or discouraged. The purpose of “Fighting Diet Demons: Journal” is to help readers navigate through a healthy daily eating pattern. This is done by aiding readers in identifying what they are fighting against and, with the help of God and prayer, fend off the attacks of the devil. “The devil can attack whenever and wherever he gets a chance. He will attack all aspects of our lives and our self-image is a vulnerable target. The devil wants to see us discouraged and broken but with the help of prayer and Jesus in our life we can win that battle and overcome the diet demons,” said Davis.
Fight those demons with a plan. A plan to exercise. Exercise is the last thing you want to think about, but it is not all bad. Find something you like to do. Take a walk, a bike ride. Get creative with your exercise. You can exercise while you sit down, while you are working, and even when you are lying in bed. Just try to include that in whatever program you choose.
Jesus walked thousands of miles in his lifetime. He obviously knew the benefit he would receive from walking. Try to follow in his footsteps. He set the example, the least we can do is follow that example.
About the Author
Sue Davis was born in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. She grew up on a small island in the Upper Mississippi. Davis has spent her professional career working in the medical industry. In addition to working as a medical transcriptionist, she has worked as an EEG technician. She was also the manager of a Children’s Neurology Lab where she performed Brain Mapping and EEGs on children with seizure disorders. Additionally, Davis worked in a research center where she also did Brain Mapping for children with learning disabilities. She has since retired and left the Midwest for the sunny climes of California. Davis has a small cookie-making business that occupies some of her free time. She also goes horseback riding, works on her new house and, when given the chance, rides her motorcycle in the mountains near her home.
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