I so rarely post about the one subject that consumes most of my life--food. Well, food and health really. Before you roll over and die with boredom or disinterest consider my little gem of wisdom for the day:
You should probably salt your food.
People are always shocked to hear it, but it's true.
Unless you have high blood pressure and you are sensitive to salt (which you find out by avoiding salt and watching to see if your blood pressure decreases), there really is no good reason to avoid it.
Most of the salt we eat in a day doesn't come from the shaker anyway (it's hiding in packaged foods).
AND, it turns out that as people have been avoiding the salt shaker or switching over to non-iodized sea salt there has been a reemergence of goiters in the U.S. Try to Google image that and keep your lunch down.
My official prescription to you is to use at least 1/4 teaspoon of table salt every day. Your husband and neck-nuzzling babies will thank me.