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After gushing about the arrival of a new baby, though, like all guys he shifted to more practical topics. ‘We need to renovate our house,’ he announced, echoing your mental suggestion. Good thing you can arrange for notable residential renovation in Edmonton without too much trouble. Your adorable family is growing right before your eyes. Of course, if you have to be honest with yourself, that’s really something to be expected. After all, you can’t expect your babies to remain in diapers and strut around in walkers for the rest of their lives, can you? As a mom, like all mothers the world over regardless of economic status and social beliefs, your greatest wish is for your son and daughter to grow up happy, healthy, well, and secure in the love of their family. That’s one side of the coin. The other is that you sometimes can’t believe how fast your little darlings are growing up! It was as if it’s only yesterday when your son was trying to get on his very first bicycle, a gift his doting dad gave him on his third birthday.
He had on his helmet, and as he pedalled around the park, your heart swelled with joy. ‘My very own prince,’ you mused to yourself. Today your little prince is sixteen. He’s the captain of his school’s basketball team, fiercely stubborn and very protective of his little sister. Your daughter, on the other hand, loved to tinker with the old piano you used to keep in the storage room. It was hardly working, and at two years of age she had to ask someone to lift her up to the seat - usually you. You used to think it was just childhood fantasy that drew her to the musical instrument. Now, however, you realized it couldn’t have been farther from the truth. Today your darling is twelve, and taking piano lessons side by side with regular school. She’s sweet and adorable and completely hopeless with cooking. But she loves to keep you company in the kitchen, and that more than makes up for her lack of culinary skills. Recently you started feeling queasy in the mornings and easily tired in the afternoon, so you saw your doctor thinking you may have caught flu or something to that effect.
To your surprise, the doctor told you something you never thought you’d hear again: you’re going to have a baby. You and your husband both have good jobs, and you know you can afford to support a new child. Your modest house, however, with a tiny kitchen two bathrooms, and two toilets, probably wouldn’t be able to. A change is definitely in order. Your husband is ecstatic about the news, of course. After gushing about the arrival of a new baby, though, like all guys he shifted to more practical topics. ‘We need to renovate our house,’ he announced, echoing your mental suggestion. Good thing you can arrange for notable residential renovation in Edmonton without too much trouble. There are experienced local contractors offering kitchen renovation in Edmonton, small bathroom renovation, and plumbing repair in Edmonton. Depending on what needs to be done urgently, you can schedule the remodeling jobs in segments so it’s not too disrupting to family members - and not top taxing on your budget as well. Now, you’re almost ready for a growing family.
Vitamin C and the B complex are also destroyed by heat. Vitamin K for example can be destroyed by radiation (including X-rays), strong acids, and in the presence of aspirin. So foods preserved by gamma-irradiation have Vitamin K inactivated. The other thing to consider, and that hasn't been studied all that well, are the chemical compounds or co-activators that may assist or act in concert in the absorption and bio-activity of the vitamins. There is often a synergistic affect of bio-available compounds in foods that is poorly understood and some of those compounds may be destroyed in the heating process. Great question and thanks for contributing! Kris, I recently read that the fat soluble vitamins (A,D,E and K) are not usually destroyed when a food is cooked as are the water soluble vitamins. Are pumpkin seeds an exception to this rule -- or did was I misinformed? Hi Kris. Thank you for the encouragement on my first Hub.