Food Addiction

Introduction

We can become addicted to anything that we allow to control us. In 1 Corinthians 6:12, Paul says,  “All things are lawful for me, but not all things are beneficial. All things are lawful, but I will not be mastered by anything.”

When my mentor was telling his story of coming out of alcohol addiction and said, “Alcohol is one molecule away from sugar. Alcohol is liquid sugar,” I finally understood my problem. I was addicted to sugar and to get free I was going to have to give up sugar. Most of my courses talk about how to overcome addiction and how to continue on the journey. This course focuses on what it means to be a food or sugar addict. For me, it was a major turn-around. I look at my life differently today knowing I am and always will have the tendency to be a sugar addict.

God, though, helps to overcome even this addiction. We can’t do it by ourselves. We need His help and guidance. When we lose sight of Him, we will fall back into our addictive habits.

It’s impossible to overcome addiction, but with God all things are possible. After losing over 260 pounds, I’m living proof of that.

Go through the course in order with an open mind and heart to God. Do the action steps. Dig into this course with everything that is in you.

IMPORTANT: The course lessons are designed to build on each other, so I always advise to complete each of the Objectives, then put a check beside each so you can keep track of which lessons you've completed. That said, feel free to tackle the lessons in any order you wish. If you have any questions at all, please let us know at [email protected].

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