If you’re only in your twenties or thirties, please don’t click off this post! There is something for you, I promise.
I’m sure that as wives and mothers, you’ve all thought about health and nutrition. You think about it for your family and understand that it’s your job to help them achieve health. But do you find it easy, and sometimes necessary, out of time constraints and energy level, to put yourself last on the list when it comes to achieving good health?
I’m not writing earth shattering information here. But there is one thing you might not have given much thought to, and that relates to a season of life, the season of menopause. And preparing for that season, by being in good physical condition, can help ease your transition into it.
So much of your changing needs before and during menopause has to do with getting used to your body having a much slower metabolism. Just when I thought I knew enough about healthy eating and exercise, and felt I was in pretty good shape, so began a new phase of life!
Please read the rest of this post over at Visionary Womanhood. I share steps to a healthy transition, and Scripture to encourage you along the way!
Here’s to a healthy season, no matter where you are.
“Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own?” 1 Corinthians 6:19