When I get together with friends, we talk about the latest diets or food trends.
Friends have told me that I take my healthy eating plan too seriously.
I can’t travel without bringing along my own healthy food.
I think less of people who don’t value healthy eating as much as I do.
I talk to my friends more about food than I do about Jesus.
I worry that if I don’t eat the right way, I’m going to suffer from serious diseases.
I tell my friends how important it is to eat the right way—whether they want to hear it or not.
How closely I follow my eating plan affects whether I feel good or bad about myself.
I feel guilty when I indulge in a dessert.
I’m more likely to look up healthy recipes and posts on Pinterest than I am to look up Scripture.