How you made me is amazing and wonderful. I praise you for that. What you have done is wonderful. I know that very well. —Psalm 139:14 NIrV
God has made your body with strengths and weaknesses unlike those of anyone else. You’ll get a lot further with your healthy choices if you take the time to understand the way you were made.
For instance, maybe you have brittle bones—those will affect the kinds of exercise and supplements you need. Maybe you have a slower metabolism, so you need different portions of food to flourish. Maybe your knees can handle running, or maybe they can’t, and you’d be better off swimming. It may be tempting to bemoan all the things that seem like flaws to you, but God wants you to thank him for making you so wonderfully complex.
Genuinely thank God for the way your body is made, focusing on the things you can do and accepting the things that look like flaws to you. God loves you with all of those features.
Food for Thought: You are uniquely made with strengths and weaknesses, both of which can be used to glorify God.