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Jodi Sta. Maria shifts to healthy lifestyle

Actress Jodi Sta. Maria has committed to a healthy lifestyle and is all the better for it.

In her Instagram post, featuring a healthy salad, the actress, who is best known for playing the adorable
Maya in Please Be Careful with My Heart, and the iconic role of Amor Powers in the recent reboot of Pangako Sa’yo, acknowledged that she used to smoke, drink and eat food that is high in cholesterol but when she found her faith, she understood that she had to take care of the body that the Lord has lent Besides, she said, she wanted to be strong for work and she wanted to live a long and healthy life with “I am convinced that one way to honor God is by being good stewards of the things that belong to Him.

I want to be healthy so that I will be available when God calls me to do a task for Him.

I also want to be able to keep up with the demands of my growing boy. I want to be strong for work.

I thank God for this perspective that He has given me. Gone are the days when I used to say “Ok lang. May gamot naman”

Nobody wants to get sick even if the best available cure is out there. What we put in our mouths will take a toll on our health not now but later. Health is wealth. Blessed day everyone! ❤❤❤

#healthiswealth,” she reminded her followers.

Don’t worry, Jodi, the choice seems to be paying off. (ANGEL ONG)

I used to live an unhealthy lifestyle. I used to smoke. I drank alcohol. I ate food high in cholesterol. It was November 2014 when I finally decided I was going to go for a healthy lifestyle. I prayed to the Lord to help me get rid of cravings not good for me. I knew on my own it’s not going to be possible but by the grace of God I was given a different perspective of my body. My eyes were opened to the truth that my body has already been bought at a price – it is no longer my own and that the Spirit of God now dwells in it. What do we do when someone lends us something? We take good care of it right? We do not return the borrowed item dilapidated or in its worst condition. The same is true with our bodies. I am convinced that one way to honor God is by being good stewards of the things that belong to Him. I want to be healthy so that I will be available when God calls me to do a task for Him. I also want to be able to keep up with the demands of my growing boy. I want to be strong for work. I thank God for this perspective that He has given me. Gone are the days when I used to say ” Ok lang. May gamot naman” Nobody wants to get sick even if the best available cure is out there. What we put in our mouths will take a toll on our health not now but later. Health is wealth. Blessed day everyone! ❤❤❤ #healthiswealth

A photo posted by Jodi Sta.Maria (@jodistamaria) on



 

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