Hepatitis is a serious disease, infectious and dangerous, it affects liver, and....
Yes, all true, but what it means in everyday’s life?
It occurred to me during one shopping in a grocery store.
Looking for a good breakfast? Maybe butter with marmalade? A few slices of salami on a side?
Need something for lunch? Maybe pork chops and smoked ham? And French fries with it along with mayonnaise? Adding pork sausages with hot chilly that smells so good?
Or something quicker to make? Like a frozen pizza with sausages, chilli pepper and extra cheese?
Maybe extra cheese to make a sandwich? Parmesan would fit nicely, right? A little bit spicy but so good that you can feel how it melts in your mouth.
Something sweet for a desert? A shelf full of chocolates filled with creams or sugar-coated candy bars is tempting, huh?
For the daily drink something like ice cold coffee, thick and creamy with whole milk.
Finally, for a good evening movie, crunch chips with whole range of flavours (although I used to like regular, without any flavour). Maybe salted sticks filled with peanuts?
Soda drinks from a next shell? When you get thirsty from snack, what is better than an ice cold soda drink?
And then I found myself at the cash register, looking into my basket and I see:
Non fat milk, oats, pure white turkey meet, olive oil, all kinds of vegetables. And fruits for a desert. Chocolate? Yes, but dark, with 99% of cocoa. And for a late TV movies crackers from dried rice.
As I said once and as you can see from my shopping basket, hepatitis is not just a disease; it is a way of life
'till next time