In recent months I’ve become more and more convinced of the need to avoid vitamin D deficiency.
If you don’t know much about vitamin D, I’m not surprised, because unlike high cholesterol for example, the pharmaceutical companies cannot peddle an expensive drug as a cure, therefore making them big bucks in the process. So, that means we hear very little about it, at least from the mainstream.
When I quit my job back in December ’06 to go to Australia, there were many changes I was excited about putting into action — having time to spend with my hubby, exercising more, and hopefully time to experiment in the kitchen.
It turned out, we had lots of occasion to get outdoors and eat well together, despite being extremely busy over there, too.
Prior to our move to Australia, I had been working full-time, and I have to admit at times, I didn’t eat the way I knew I should be. Busyness gets the better of you sometimes. Click to read more…