I promised this week to give some ways to unravel food habits. Have a look and listen:
So we just notice when our mood begins to turn down, the red warning dashboard light is on. Pause, slow down, pull over. Let the habitual thoughts float on by. Or we can check into our wisdom when we’re relaxed. We’ll be guided to well-being every time.
Basically, what we’re pointing to is to let the mind settle because it’s our thinking about what’s going on that’s creating the pressure to reach for food and not the circumstance we’re thinking about.
When we see what’s going on and how we’ve linked up food with changing how we feel, the idea of eating when we don’t need to doesn’t make as much sense any more. The old way of thinking starts to unravel and we start having much more freedom around food.
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The recipe is a raw tomato, spinach and fresh orange soup. So delicious. Perfect for an end of Summer treat.
To Your Amazing Health,
Connie and Bill
Spinach Soup With Cucumber Noodles (Serves 2)
2 pints of cherry tomatoes
2 stalks celery cut in large pieces
2 garlic cloves, peeled
2 fresh oranges, peeled
8 cups baby spinach
2 cucumbers spiraled into noodles or cut in cubes
Pinch of sea salt (optional)
Place all ingredients except cucumber in a food processor. Blend until smooth.
Create cucumber spiral noodles or dice in medium shapes and place in serving bowl. Pour soup over top and enjoy.
Note: you can warm the soup slightly if you wish. My preference is raw.