The Nitty Gritty

Today our video explains how our minds work and how we can access our wisdom easily for innate health and well-being. This to me is the real nitty gritty of life.

In summary, when we have lots of active thinking, that can create lots of feeling. We can feel tense and stirred up, looking for food or something to calm us down. And when we have an urge and immediately stop, slow down and relax, we return to our true nature, who we really are are. From that settled place, for me, immediately the desire to eat to relax disappears. It’s amazing.

Try it for yourself this week. When you have an urge to eat and there’s no hunger or you want something that you know isn’t great for your health, stop, slow down, relax. From there see if everything changes and you’re guided by who you really are to choose what supports and nurtures you in all ways.

Love to have your comments and questions in the “Comment” section below. We love hearing from you always.

The recipe today captures the tail end of the garden’s bounty. It’s getting cold here and we won’t have fresh produce from the garden much longer. So let’s make hay!

It is one of the quickest, simplest dishes we ever cook. Take 2 large zucchini, the ones that somehow grow large without our seeing them. Cut them into quarter chunks, add them to a pot with butter, salt and pepper and cook until soft. Then mash it all up with a potato masher and serve. Heaven.

I served it with a lettuce, arugula, fresh tomato, cucumber and Moroccan olive salad. We garnished the salad with shallots and capers. No need for any dressing. Just so good.I feel so grateful for all the beautiful food we enjoy. Such a blessing!

End of Summer Salad

To Your Amazing Health

Connie

Zucchini Soup

2 large zucchini, cut in slices and quartered
2 – 3 tablespoons butter
Sea salt and ground black pepper to taste

Put all ingredients in a large pan. Cover and turn stove on low. The sea salt pulls the juices out of the zucchini and it cooks in its own juice. When soft, mash with a potato masher and serve.

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