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I Deserve a Donut (And Other Lies That Make You Eat): A Christian Weight Loss Resource Paperback – September 30, 2013
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About the Author
Barb Raveling is the author of Freedom from Emotional Eating and the I Deserve a Donut weight loss app. She blogs about the renewing of the mind at www.barbraveling.com.
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The author breaks down the different reasons why we eat, (which was right on the spot) and then categorizes the scriptures to remind us what God would have us do about the situation we are in that would cause us to break our "boundaries" that we have set for ourselves in our eating habits.
You as the reader, are to identify the current problem you are in, refer to that section in the book (also in iPhone app), and read the listed scriptures that would help us understand what God would have us to think upon, renewing our strength in Him.
The whole essence of this book is to change our mind in the way we eat, so that we will become pleasing to God and comforted by Him. "And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind." Romans 12:2
I loved and enjoyed all the scriptures that the author provided, but found this book to be more of a bible type study book, as it would help us in our daily walk with God, but not so much as a diet book. Maybe it's just me who feels this way about this book, as I have read the reviews already posted, and it seems to have helped other people with their struggle with food.
After reading the listed scriptures, I would like healthy food suggestions, meal plans, activities, along with maybe some Christian group interaction to help actually take off the pounds. I felt the author left us with the question of... what do I do next with my hunger?