Smorgasbord Health with Sally Cronin and Carol Taylor – Cook from Scratch to prevent nutritional deficiency – Vitamin B3- Cauliflower Cheese, Chicken, Mushrooms, Peanuts, Sunflower Seeds

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.

In this series, 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.

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.

Please head over to Smorgasbord to read the original post by clicking the link below.

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2022/02/16/smorgasbord-health-with-sally-cronin-and-carol-taylor-cook-from-scratch-to-prevent-nutritional-deficiency-vitamin-b3-cauliflower-cheese-chicken-mushrooms-peanuts-sunflower-seeds/

 

 

10 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health with Sally Cronin and Carol Taylor – Cook from Scratch to prevent nutritional deficiency – Vitamin B3- Cauliflower Cheese, Chicken, Mushrooms, Peanuts, Sunflower Seeds

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Who does, Marian a little of what we fancy does us good as long as we follow good nutrition most of the time which I’m sure you do then that’s fine 🙂

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