Smorgasbord Health with Sally Cronin and Carol Taylor – Cook from Scratch to prevent nutritional deficiency – Vitamin A – Carrots, Liver, Apricots, Trout. Eggs, Frittata

Welcome to the rewind of this series from 2019 where we look at cooking and your diet from a different perspective. Usually, we emphasize the health benefits of food and how they can be incorporated into your diet. But, what happens if you do NOT include them in your diet.

We wanted to share with you what happens if your body is deprived of individual nutrients over an extended period of time.

Thankfully most of us eat reasonably well, with plenty of variety, but if you take a look at a week’s worth of meals, do you find that you are sticking to a handful of foods, all the time.

Sally will be giving you all information on Vitamin A and what an important part it plays in our diet for our health and wellbeing…I enjoyed finding recipes that included Vitamin A…

Best food sources for Vitamin A – The most abundant source of the vitamin is found:

  • liver,
  • fish liver oils,
  • grass-fed dairy butter,(cattle’s natural food is grass, not grain or corn)
  • cheese,
  • free-range eggs
  • oily fish.

These are just a few examples please click the link below to read the original post…

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2022/01/05/smorgasbord-health-with-sally-cronin-and-carol-taylor-cook-from-scratch-to-prevent-nutritional-deficiency-vitamin-a-carrots-liver-apricots-trout-eggs-frittata/

10 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health with Sally Cronin and Carol Taylor – Cook from Scratch to prevent nutritional deficiency – Vitamin A – Carrots, Liver, Apricots, Trout. Eggs, Frittata

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  3. Sowmya

    Informative post on vitamins by Sally.
    Lovely recipes Carol. Frittata looks delicious. Love your stir fry veg – thai way and your recipe with sweet potato. Will try these soon

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      1. Sowmya

        Enjoyed reading it Carol. I am impressed by the extensive & comprehensive way you and Sally research through the topic and share us such precious information. Kudos to you both.

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