Are you borderline panicking over your health, not knowing what diet to follow, unsure on how to lose weight naturally, wondering if carbs are bad for you or not, feeling really overwhelmed with all the advice out there? and wondering what’s wrong with you for not being able to reach your health goals?
Sister, there’s nothing wrong with you! There’s no one size fits all approach to losing weight and getting healthier because health is individual - just like the fingerprints God gave you.
And friend, God made you out of love and He didn‘t intend for something as natural as eating and exercising to consume your thoughts and stifle your Spirit.
So, if you’re ready to align your body, soul and spirit, finally find a health plan that meets your lifestyle, and bring God into your health, then you’re in the right place!
Welcome to the FIT Christian Woman podcast, I’m your host Kelsey Bryant. I’m a wife, mom, daughter of the King, and Clinical Exercise Physiologist. My approach to health combines 1 Corinthians 6: 19-20 with modern tools. Because God made you one of a kind and you glorify Him by treating your body and health like a temple.
Here, you’ll get fun, inspirational and transformative insight about combining science and biblical truth to create a manageable blueprint for long-lasting health, discover how to prioritize your health and develop a plan you can feel confident about!
Welcome to your new favorite podcast, sweet friend! Fill up your water jug and put on your yoga pants, it’s time to get FIT!
Connect with me: https://kelsey-bryant.com
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