Until you mentioned about your aversion to chicken I have not talked about it much to anyone, including my hubby who gets mildly irritated by what he perceives to be my pickiness. I become defensive because I do have problems eating as I have celiac disease and I never know if processors are slipping something into my food that will make me sick. I find it interesting that you and I both had the norovirus and then developed this aversion to chicken which makes me think there is something related to this. All I know is that chicken does not taste good to me any more if it is baked. I assume that the reason I don't mind fried is because the crust and oil masks the flavor. I have not come up with a solution other than buying smaller chicken breasts and eating chicken less often. Maybe it is the chicken we are buying. I fed part of one yesterday to the wildlife that I could not gag down but I really can't afford to waste food and I don't approve of it. I have tried putting it in soup and I still don't like it. The doctor has me on high doses of probiotics and recently started me on digestive enzymes so maybe it will help. If you can think of anything or find something that works let me know.
It may not be just the vitamin D. GF, you have a lot of reasons to be forgetful!! LOL When I was in my mid 30s I went to the doctor because I was so forgetful I would be driving down the road and not know where I was going. He said it was because I had a toddler. ROFLMBO!! He said they really require a lot of mommy's physical and mental capacity. He was right. It's a constant vigil to keep them safe and meet their needs and you are very conscientious about that. Have a great day!