Egg & Turkey Stuffed Peppers

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Want to know what may be the most important vitamin for your immune system?

No, it’s not vitamin C.

But vitamin D.

Vitamin D was found to be a common factor among people who fell critically ill from the virus in a study of 9940 people in Germany.

You can get vitamin D naturally from sunlight.

But with many people stuck indoors most of the time…

And to get through the grey winter months…

It’s a good idea to get your vitamin D levels topped up.

Supplements is one way.

Another way is to eat eggs.

A single egg can provide 40% of your daily required vitamin D levels

And a whole host of vitamins and minerals.

Because eggs are one of the most nutrient dense foods around. And you should eat them as often as you can.

But if you don’t like eggs fried or scrambled…

My Egg & Turkey Stuffed Peppers make a delightful, vitamin D rich lunch.


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