18 Av, 5776
Gosh, the Jewish year is winding up and we'll soon be in the thought-provoking month of Elul. That's when Jews spend more time than usual contemplating how to improve their characters, and planning to do so. Then comes Tishre, the month of the Jewish "High Holidays" of Rosh HaShana (New Year's/Time of Judgment) and Yom Kipur (the Day of Atonement for past errors).
One of the ways that people misbehave is with food. Eating for optimal health requires self-discipline, as does anything worthwhile.
Let's look at some evidence for developing necessary self-control (growth is a process, after all):
A dietitian separates the facts from the fiction
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Fill your mind with facts, your soul with self-control. That's good for health!