An early-eighteenth-centurv walnut wing armchair, to be exhibited by Turpins Antiques, Thaxted, at the London Antique Dealers Fair, February 13 to 18. A pair of Sevres vases and covers exhibited by M.K. Nielsen, Moreton in Marsh, at the London Antique Pottery, Architecture home design Porcelain and Glass Fair, to be held at the Cumberland Hotel, January 26 to 28. The Division of the Spoils, painting by Moses terBorch (1645-1667), to be exhibited by Johnny van Haeften at the 1990 European Fine Art Fair.
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If this is not possible during a certain time of year, you may want to consider taking vitamin D3 supplements or fish oil. Vitamin D is not only beneficial in aiding calcium absorption, it helps regulate your circadian rhythm as well! If your newborn has day/night reversal, make sure she gets a good dose of indirect sunlight, especially in the morning. Just fifteen minutes a day can help her body adjust, and will likely eliminate those long nighttime awake periods within a week or two. As you can see, it is very difficult to reach optimal vitamin D levels without supplementing or receiving responsible sun exposure. Adding these vitamin D sources into your daily food regimen will assist with your levels, however, you may want to consult with your doctor about taking vitamin D3 in pill form. You can find all of the above mentioned supplements (probiotics, krill oil, fish oil, vitamin D3) at a variety of grocery, vitamin, and health stores. In addition to having more fiber per calorie, natural foods such as broccoli, raspberries, artichoke hearts, pears, flaxseed, Chia seeds, split peas, and lentils are non-processed and contain no artificial additives, but most commercially-made breads, pastas, and cereals do.