Zig Zag

BODY

NUTRITION

01

7 Ways to Prevent Dehydration

According to The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, women should consume about 2.7 liters of water per day, while men should aim for 3.7 liters per day.  If you don't drink enough on any given day, and if you lose more fluids than you're taking in, you're at risk of dehydration. For more information click here.

  • Drink throughout the day

  • Check your pee

  • Be careful in the sun

  • Drink Electrolyte Beverages

  • Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine…

 

02

EXERCISE

How much walking is best for Diabetes Control

Exercise and walking are excellent tools for controlling Type 2 diabetes and improving health for people with diabetes. Brisk walking workouts can help you maintain a steady blood sugar level and body weight if you have Type 2 diabetes.

A 30-minute walk at least five days per week is recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Diabetes Association.  Learn how you can enjoy walking and manage your diabetes.  For more information click here.

 ​

03

SUGGESTION

Whole Grain Mini Berry Crisps

Fresh seasonal berries make wonderful desserts thanks to their natural sweetness and high fiber content. Fresh berries also contain high levels of cancer-fighting antioxidants and vitamin C. They're delicious enough to eat alone for a quick and easy after-dinner treat, but if you want something just a little more special, individual berry crisps are easy to whip up for a fun and festive summer dessert. The berries get even sweeter when baked in the oven and taste delicious with the warm, nutty crumble topping.  For more information click here.

 

MIND

2 Timothy 4:7, I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.

 

Be Determined! Keep Fighting!

SPIRIT

Click here for WOF Daily Power for Living. 

 

Bishop Bronner

Sunday, December 26, 2021

“Born to Die”  1 Tim. 1:12-16 NLT

1. How can you die to yourself?
2. How has God been as a wonderful counselor to you?
3. What can you do to see the needs in your community?