Smorgasbord Health 2024 – Not Weight-Loss – Just Nourishment Nutrients the body needs – Print off Weekly Grocery Shopping List by Sally Cronin #HealthWorld

Smorgasbord Health 2024 – Not Weight-Loss – Just Nourishment Nutrients the body needs – Print off Weekly Grocery Shopping List by Sally Cronin #HealthWorld

Smorgasbord Health 2024 – Not Weight-Loss – Just Nourishment Nutrients the body needs – Print off Weekly Grocery Shopping List by Sally Cronin

Posted on January 17, 2024

Good afternoon, and welcome to Health World.

The COVID-19 pandemic took a mighty toll on me and I’m working on rebuilding my body.

Once I realized the impact Social Distancing had on my physical wellbeing, I concluded that if I was having issue due to all the stillness caused by the lockdown happening round the world then most likely so were lots of others.

I knew then that I must try and help those reading recover as much as I could, and so I began to look for articles which would be useful to us all.

The Smorgasbord Café Blog Magazine has been a great resource of health columns for me over the past few years. I reached out to its author Sally Cronin to see if she might consider becoming a regular contributor of Health World.

She wrote back to say that while she was flattered that I would consider her for my magazine, and now blog, she just didn’t have the time to do it.

At first, I was disappointed, then inspiration struck.

I wrote her back and requested permission to use partial columns from her various series with read more links leading to the posts on her blog included and she wrote back with her blessing.

I strongly encourage you to make use of the read more link provided, visit her blog, and read the rest of each one.

My thanks to Sally for allowing her work to be used here.

 

Here’s today’s post.

Smorgasbord Health 2024 – Not Weight-Loss – Just Nourishment Nutrients the body needs – Print off Weekly Grocery Shopping List by Sally Cronin

Posted on January 17, 2024

No weight loss posts this year to start the year, as I am aware I am as they say, ‘preaching to the choir’ and if you are a regular visitor to the blog you will have read the posts on the subject before. However, I did think perhaps it might be useful to you to have a reminder of the nutrients we need to be healthy and their main food sources.

Our bodies are complex and require a complex soup of nutrient rich ingredients to provide all we need to be healthy. Today in our modern world we have wandered far off the path of eating simple meals, with fresh ingredients made from scratch, which fuelled our parent’s generation.

Even before I trained as a nutritonal therapist in my early 40s, and worked with clients face to face, I always cooked our meals from scratch. Certainly something I grew up enjoying and then as a priority in my cooking career, particularlly when preparing a cooked breakfast, lunch and high tea for 140 boarding school children and their staff. Nutrition was key for their developing bodies, and at the other end of the scale very important for us all especially when we get into our later years.

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2 Comments

  1. sally cronin Reply
    January 18, 2024

    Thanks for sharing the post Patty.. appreciated hugs

  2. Hi, Sally.
    You’re welcome. This was an exceptionally good one to share for this column. So many people do not eat as they should. I didn’t always. Still don’t always.
    But it’s easier than people think to get fruit and such into their bodies.
    I keep fruit right out on the counter. I reach for it when I want a snack.

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