Archive for November 8, 2017

The Making of a Wedding Menu A Caterer’s Perspective

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Event menus, Food catering menu, Wedding catering nyc

Food catering menu
A wedding is supposed to be the biggest event of many people’s lives. Every detail goes down in preparation, from the lighting in the establishment to the decor for the dozens of guests. Preparation of the flower colors and the centerpieces are two of the most important details. A certain decision has to be made at some point, however: What will the guests eat?
For those that are just beginning to plan their wedding, food may not be the first concern. After all, there is the whole arrangement to think about: the venue, who to invite on the guest list, the people who will speak during the ceremony. The food remains, however, one of the most important parts of a wedding. Get the food right and people will enjoy themselves more.
For those looking to start the food preparation, there are things to co

Have You Tried Using Peanut Oil in Any of Your Favorite Recipes?

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Glycemic index of peanuts, Peanut snacks, Real peanut butter

Peanuts in diabetes
The recipes are ready and you have the list of ingredients made. And while the meat products and the fresh produce cannot be purchased until the day or two before, you are ready to go purchase all of the other items on your list for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. You were inspired to start your search much early than normal by an especially tasty recipe for Brussels sprouts and bacon. Drizzled with a light amount of peanut oil, you were so anxious to try this side dish that you have already tested out the recipe. It was a vegetable dish that your entire family loved.
With a new jar of peanut oil in the cupboard, you have searched out quite a few more recipes that make use of this healthy oil option.
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Don’t Fall Prey To Misconceptions About The Plastic Surgery Industry

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Uncategorized

surgeryAccording to an annual plastic surgery procedural statistics, there were 15.9 million surgical and minimally-invasive procedures performed in the U.S. in 2015. This number is a 2% rise from the year prior and has continued to increase since. However, though plastic surgery is very common in America, there are still a lot of myths that exist about it.

These misconceptions can lead potential patients to be misinformed and make poor decisions. To help you make a better decision on your facelift, breast lift, or similar plastic surgery, here are the truths behind common plastic surgery myths:

Cosmetic Surgery And Plastic Surgery Are The Same
Cosmetic and plastic surgeries are not actually one and the same. They are not interchangeable terms. A plastic surgeon is not the same as a cosmetic one, though they might have some shared skills and areas of expertise. The terms being used interchangeably has led to public confusion and misconceptions about both practices. Cosmetic surgeries are focused on the appearance, it focuses on aesthetic.

Breast Augmentation is The Same As a Breast Lift
Breast lifts are designed to do just that, lift the breasts. They target droopy or sagging breasts, and as such are not designed to increase or decrease the size of breasts. That is what breast augmentation does. Breast augmentation, similarly, does not address drooping or sagging breasts. These are, like plastic and cosmetic surgeries, not interchangeable terms.

Botox Freezes Facial Muscles
There is a balance that needs to be maintained in the muscles of the face. Too much Botox can lead to one losing the action of expression. However, as long as the balance is maintained, then nothing negative will occur. Patients should make sure that a physician is trained in this balance and skilled in the use of Botox to make sure they get the best results.

Don’t fall prey to misconceptions about the plastic surgery industry or cosmetic surgery industries. Make sure that you only make informed decisions by knowing the truth behind every common myth. If you have questions about anything that was discussed here today, contact us. We’ll be glad to go further in depth.