Yolanda Adams: “We Are Fearfully & Wonderfully Made”
Award-winning gospel singer, record producer, actress, and radio host Yolanda Adams having more than a dozen studio albums, is celebrated as an accomplished singer all around the world. But many do not know that she’s also an accomplished advocate for health. By hosting health symposiums, conferences and community health awareness rallies, she not only speaks it but lives a healthy lifestyle too.
“We as women are wired to keep weight around our midsections for birthing purposes, so we have to be very, very careful of what we eat and how we exercise and all that,” she said on her syndicated radio program, The Yolanda Adams Morning Show which she still runs out of Houston, TX.
“Every cell of your body needs water. Three quarters of your brain needs water,” cautions the 57-year-old Adams. “So when you don’t drink water, your brain is dry and dehydrated. You’re wondering why you can’t remember stuff. If you’re not drinking enough water, it leads to a whole bunch of problems, including dementia and inflammation.”
“It has been proven scientifically that water intake has so much to do with your body.”
“Because my body had become so inflamed with the things that I’ve been eating including, linguine and clams, gluten and yeast. I want to live to be 105, alert, still walking around do what I do. No canes, no braces, no wheelchairs. healthy.
“God has given everything on this planet to live. So why don’t you substitute the bad fats for leaner meats and…