Preston Nutritionist Abbie Gives Some Winter Health Tips

Healthy advice for eating, fruit and vegFeeling achy and can’t get rid of those bugs that are going around.  Could it be that you’re running low on your Vitamin D levels? 

With the night’s drawing in, it’s vital to maintain vitamin D levels.  Vitamin D is usually made by the action of the sun on the skin, which there is less of in the winter months.  There are limited foods that contain Vitamin D.  Good sources include oily fish such as fresh tuna, salmon, sardines and kipper.  Eggs are a reasonable source of vitamin D too.    Maybe a Salad Nicoise once a week or sardines on toast as a snack could help boost your immune system as well as work on keeping our bones and teeth in good health.

This snippet has been sent in by Abbie, who has her small enterprise teaching cookery and has completed her training as a Nutritionist.  To learn more about the services Abbie delivers; ranging from cookery lessons to nutritional consultations and workshops, do look at her website

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