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Mangalorean Food Festival at Southern Aromas- The Residency Towers - Chennai by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:45pm Fare from Mangalore Gorge on Mangalorean delicacies at the Mangalore Food Festival from July 8 th to 27 th atSouthern Aromas The Residency Towers Sir Thyagaraya Road, Chennai - 600 017. Phone : + 91 44 2815 6363 Fax : + 91 44 2815 6969 Email :restowers@vsnl.net Visit here for more.... ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: MIDDLE EASTERN Food by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm Healthy Middle Eastern Food The aromas of Middle Eastern foods are captivating, and many popular dishes have made their way into American mainstream. Continue reading... Next Cuisine >> Chinese ♦ Mexican ♦ Middle Eastern ♦ Thai ♦ Japanese French ♦ Korean ♦ Fast Food Read on »
One Day the Smell of Food Will Make Us Full by Linda Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 12:00am Wouldn’t it be great if you could just smell food and be full instead of eating it and taking in all of the calories? Some scientists are researching the possibility that foods can be made to have hunger-quenching aromas during chewing. Molecules that make up a food’s aroma apparently do so by activating areas of the brain that signal fu ... Read on »
Food Allergy Elimination Diet by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:32pm If you or your physician suspect that you might have a food allergy you can follow these basic guidelines to best determine the food that is the culprit. Symptoms of food allergies can be insidious or immediate and include symptoms such as: skin rashes, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, irritable bowel syndrome, fatigue, s ... Read on »
Fragrance Infused Fibbing Foods by Carly K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:38pm by Sarah Speers The food industry is experimenting with a new “smell technology” that infuses odor molecules into food products, tricking your brain to think it tastes certain ingredients and flavors that are not actually in the product. According to an article in Fortune Magazine, one day baby food jars will be lined with aromas to make the ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: Healthy FRENCH Food Choices by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm 2 Comments Enjoy dining out? Learn even more healthy eating options with our complete Restaurant Dining Guide! From haute to humble, French cuisine has it all -- the complex creations of Parisian chefs to Provence's simple, rustic fare redolent of herbs and olive oil. While French food doesn't always have to be multi-sauced and complicated, each ingredi ... Read on »
Food Chaining: Finding Success and Moving From There by Cheri Fraker Posted Thu 11 Dec 2008 12:00am A food refusal is a gift. An opportunity in the right hands to learn and add to your feeding program. It gives you the chance to learn and study where feeding is breaking down for the child and to analyze the food. I had a great session with one of my older patients yesterday. He is my super-taster, super-sensory patient (see Perception ... Read on »
Sunday Smorgasbord by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 20 Dec 2009 4:02pm Despite the almost complete lack of new ED research published this week, I have assembled a few scrumptuous morsels for this week's Smorgasbord. It even includes video segments, so sit back, make sure your speakers are on, and enjoy. Fake Sugar May Alter How the Body Handles Real Sugar A new study in the journal Diabetes Care, titled "Ingesti ... Read on »
Perfectionism and Food for Thought by Green Food, Green Thumb Posted Thu 21 Apr 2011 12:00am I'm such a perfectionist. Arg. I tend to have a love-hate relationship with my perfectionism. Sometimes it really helps me out and I reap the rewards. Other times, I find myself enduring high opportunity costs as a result of my tedious and time-consuming perfectionism.  For example, today I spent all day on a paper that is only a fraction of my ... Read on »
Sundaes On Sunday, Velvet Aroma, and Camera Time! by lizzdelicious Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 12:51pm Chris and I went out for sundaes on Sunday again this weekend. I've been working nights after the store closes doing fun things involving merchandise and signs. I don't get a lot of time off on weekends (or in the evenings) and I try to make a point of spending whatever time I can with her when I am able.  Sweet Ritual 's special flavo ... Read on »