Eat Well and Prosper Blog


Fun Fall Recipes

As promised, here are some fun fall recipes. If you want to find recipes on the internet, you can always just use a basic search engine. I also like to use* because you can enter ingredients that you want or don't want to use (very useful for food allergies). I hope you enjoy the recipes below or try something new on your own! Eat well and prosper! *Positive Nutrition is not responsible for content found at outside sites. Pumpkin Bread You will need: 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups sugar 2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp each: cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 1x15-16oz can pumpkin 2/3 cup vegetable oil 3 eggs, slightly beaten 2 loaf pans Directions: Grease loa

Eating Like a Good Christian

Okay, I admit, I'm baiting you with that title. And it was hard to pick the topic for this post! So many topics, so little time! I will try to post again, sooner! Among the many topics I'll address soon: How to Eat Well on Vacation, Fun Fall Recipes, Balance During Holidays, What Is Disordered Eating?, Eating Well for Life, and much more. What I really want to address here is how our faith can affect our eating.* If we believe in a sovereign God who saves us from our sins, we want to serve Him, honor Him, and worship Him in all we do. This includes our eating choices and behaviors. Let me be the first to say that Christians can be just as bad as, or even worse, than non-Christians about havi

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