When we experience a health condition we often feel we've done something wrong. We perceive it as bad news and, sometimes desperately, look for a way out, a way back to health.
When we're diagnosed with a condition, for sure there's something to address, usually some diet and lifestyle changes. But, what if, at the same time, there's an opportunity to grow and expand?
So many people find that their emotional experience after being diagnosed, the feelings of fear or dread, are worse than the physical symptoms of the condition. The quality of their life is affected more by the way they relate to the news than by the condition itself.
Join us in the video to learn more.
We can resist what occurs in life or see it as an opportunity to learn and grow. And the great thing about learning to relate to our health conditions as opportunities is that it applies to everything else in our lives too. The experience we have in our work, our marriages or with parenting, is a reflection of our thinking ABOUT the circumstance and not from the circumstance itself. Like the story about the two drivers explained, life is experienced inside-out, not outside-in,
The recipe today is so quick and easy. It's takes 5 minutes to prepare and tastes amazing. And it's great over potatoes. So, here's a tip: if you're out and know you'll want this dish over potatoes fast when you get home, you can set your oven timer so they're baked and ready when you get home.
We will be sharing quick and easy dishes for the next few weeks to give ideas of how simple and delicious switching to plant based whole food eating can be.
To Your Amazing Health,
Connie and Bill
Quick & Easy Corn & Beans (Serves 2-3)
- 1 - 15 oz. can refried beans
- 1 cup frozen corn
- ¾ cup salsa
Add all ingredients to a pan and heat on medium.
Serve and enjoy.
We sometimes eat these with Corn Thins and add a lettuce salad that we throw together as the beans heat.
It's great over potatoes too if you want to take the time to bake or boil a few.
Note: the quality of the beans, corn and salsa can make a big difference in the overall taste of this dish. Since we’re using commercially prepared products, the quality of the ingredients can vary widely from brand to brand. We use Amy’s or La Preferida organic refried beans, Stahlbush Island Farms frozen corn and Que Pasa medium organic salsa.