If you are looking to slow down the process of aging and stay stronger and vibrant through your 40’s, 50’s and beyond, then “Faithful, Forty & Fabulously Fit” book is your answer. This spirit-filled health and wellness book is jam-packed with not only daily gym and office exercise routines, but healthy recipes, baking hacks and life changing scriptures designed to send you down a spiritual path of optimum health and fulfillment. You can order on our “SHOP” page.
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It’s No Surprise…
that Americans are on a slippery slope when it comes to healthcare. With access and affordability to health insurance hanging in the balance, it’s more important than ever to take care of your mind, body and spirit. With today’s technology and superior level of healthcare in the United States you may be asking why you should be so concerned? Why is health and wellness so important? In our book "Faithful, Forty & Fabulously Fit", we focus on encouraging men and women to strive for wholeness through meditation, prayer, exercise and nutrition. So, you may be asking, what is the difference between health and wellness? Health focuses on the physical and mental body being free from illness, injury, or disease. Health is a goal you work to achieve. For example, managing chronic conditions such as lowering your blood pressure or controlling diabetes are goals to be reached, as are losing weight or strengthening your heart through cardiovascular exercise. Many chronic diseases, like hypertension and type 2 diabetes, are on the rise. The most frightening statistic is that they are becoming more commonplace in young children. Often these diseases are a result of unhealthy eating habits and increased weight gain. Wellness concentrates on the mental. Wellness includes prayer and meditation. God has already given you everything you need to make your mind, body and faith stronger. Instead of praying for Jesus to appear to you, you should be praying instead for the discipline to use the means He has given you to strengthen your mind, body and soul. Jesus said, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed” (John 20:29).