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Posted on Jun 11 2017 - 1:00am by Admin
Comments Off on Making Your Own Hollandaise Sauce

The French cuisine has five “mother sauces,” hollandaise being one of them. Most popular for being an important ingredient in Eggs Benedict, the sauce goes through preparation by emulsifying egg yolks and liquid butter. A heavy, non-aluminum (preferably copper) pan is best when making the sauce to make sure of proper heat distribution, and the eggs cooked to a mousse-like texture. While you can buy hollandaise sauces that ready to use, it is a good idea to know how to make some on your own. This way, you can easily whip up your...

Posted on May 29 2017 - 4:06am by Admin
Comments Off on Dental Implants: How Long Will They Last?

When you’ve lost a tooth, it is important to get a replacement option that protects your healthy bone. Dental implants are often the best choice, as they offer a strong and stable tooth restoration that looks and feels natural. Other options like bridges or dentures can result in bone loss and may cause problems with smiling, speaking, or eating. For those who want natural-looking teeth, the answer is dental implants. Treatment in Croydon and other places are available. Longevity of Implants If you’re wondering how long implants...

Posted on May 15 2017 - 2:12am by Admin
Comments Off on How Your Buffet Food Business Can Lessen Food Safety Risks

Your food business may have it all: juicy slabs of meat, creamy mashed potatoes, bottomless mac and cheese, and bowl after bowl of soft-serve ice cream that make customers keep coming back for more. Buffets are big business, but running one can introduce a number of food safety risks. Smorgasbord of Food and Bacteria Buffets often involve displays of both hot and cold food, as well as dishes held at room temperature, which means bacteria may be present. Let us blame it on cross-contamination, or the transfer of disease-causing microorganisms...

Posted on May 3 2017 - 2:08am by Admin
Comments Off on Protect Yourself: Eat Less Salt

If you have high blood pressure, eating less salt is one of the best ways to lower your blood pressure level. Even those who don’t have the condition can benefit from eating less sodium, as this can help weaken the rise in blood pressure that usually comes with old age. Cutting back on salt, furthermore, can reduce your risk of stroke, heart attack, kidney failures, and other health problems. Cardiology centers in Castle Dale share a few ways to eat less salt: Don’t Add More You can reduce your salt intake by avoiding adding more salt...

Posted on Apr 21 2017 - 7:50am by Admin
Comments Off on The Eye-opening Truth About Your Sense of Sight

Every now and then, you hear a lot of things about your eyes. This is fine as long as you know how to distinguish fact from lies. Sadly, many people get misinformed. To help set the record straight, here’s a debunking to every misconception you’ve heard or believed in about eyesight: You only visit a physician not until you experience changes in your vision or feels weird about your eyes. Myth: You are subject to regular and comprehensive eye check-up at least once a year. There is no age limit for this type of examination....

Posted on Apr 20 2017 - 10:19am by Admin
Comments Off on Invisalign: Is It Right for You?

Everyone wants a great smile. However, not everyone is willing to go through wearing orthodontic metal appliances in their mouths just to get the perfect smile. Luckily, there is an alternative way to achieve a great smile, minus the metal wires. Invisalign is a straightening treatment that uses clear plastic materials to help straighten teeth. This treatment is available at various dental clinics in Hertfordshire. Invisalign is not for everyone. Before paying your dentist a visit, it would be helpful to know whether you are a candidate...

Posted on Mar 24 2017 - 3:07am by Admin
Comments Off on Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Food Safety

As a business in the food industry, you have many responsibilities as a provider to your consumers, especially concerning health. In recent years, the cases of foodborne illnesses have been an increasingly worrying problem in Australia, which is why it is necessary and required by law that those in the food industry receive a certificate in food safety. The Effects of Overlooking Food Safety One of the illnesses prevalent in the food sector is salmonella, and recently, it has forced two cafes to shut down in Canberra in February. They...

Posted on Mar 13 2017 - 1:33am by Admin
Comments Off on Three Secrets to Aging Gracefully

Without adequate preparation, aging can have a devastating effect on your life. As the years go by, your body experiences drastic changes that could lower the quality of life. Some people age gracefully to lead a beautiful life in their sunset years. On the other hand, some seniors lead a challenging life combating various forms of illnesses. While it may not seem obvious, the key to aging gracefully hinges on how you spend the active days. Embrace a Healthy Lifestyle Hectic work schedules often lead to unhealthy lifestyles that endanger...

Posted on Mar 9 2017 - 2:42pm by Admin
Comments Off on Change your life

The most important thing in life for you and your loved ones is your health. Though people spend a great deal of time on their bodily health, many are inclined to ignore their oral health. Forty-eight percent of people (Oral Health Foundation, 2016) are unhappy with their smile. So, why aren’t more people taking the steps to resolve their problems? People are often put off by what it might entail, whether that is the treatment, the cost or the time. However, a quality cosmetic dentist like Blue Sky in Belfast, can dispel any...

Posted on Mar 7 2017 - 6:18am by Admin
Comments Off on You Can Stew (Do) It: Making a Tasty Meal for You and Your Family

A soup can be a good appetizer or main course, but stews can definitely match what they have to offer. It’s one of the most important fares on the table. They’re also flexible, meaning you can have them any time of the day, any day of the year. If you think that your stew is already good enough, think again. There are still some ways you can improve what you already have in your hands. Famed chefs and foodies recommend the following: The Stock Although quite different from soups, stews are almost always served with some soup...