One of the most difficult things to do is change. Some people thrive on it; but me, not so much. However, life and change are almost synonymous. It’s as if we are heading somewhere and the journey is replete with new experiences—we haven’t been this way before.
In the diet field, diets are constantly changing. That change is only good with sound research and reason. The basics don’t change. Different diets just handle that differently. It might be the type of calories in. It might be when you put them in. It might be using them or forcing the body to use them. It all surrounds that basic premise.
There has to be a renewal of the mind. “And be not conformed to this world: but be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (Romans 12:2). Something has to change in you thinking if you want to successfully diet. It just isn’t going to change by itself. Your old thinking has gotten you fat. So that old thinking has to change.
Not as easy said as done, as it requires something from you–change.
Embrace change. It’s good for us. We grow—life changes. If we fight it, we will be miserable. If we look for it like we would a $100 bill, we will enjoy it when we find it.