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Keeping The Hunger Pains Away With A Personal Chef
by Nina Gass
TheSyndicatedNews columnist

Nina Gass has more than 18 years of business writing and editing experience, including writing for Market Drive News, Mortgage Banking Magazine, and

The first thing that gets neglected with a busy, hectic lifestyle is eating right and eating healthy. Those on the run turn to fast food, microwave meals, and junk food to fill the gap, adding inches to their waistlines and causing their body to suffer.

Just think of all the possibilities if you did not have to waste so much of your precious time planning, shopping, preparing, and cleaning up after all your meals. Using a personal chef could save you up to two hours a day that you could use for other things while maintaining a healthy lifestyle with home-cooked food.

Who needs a personal chef? If you live in Los Angeles, just about every one could benefit from this type of service:
• Busy professionals.
• Active families.
• New parents.
• People on special diets or those who want to lose weight.
• People recovering from illnesses or injuries.
• Anyone who does not want to be stuck in the kitchen during their own dinner party.

A personal chef does not have to be expensive. You can get delicious, home-cooked food five times a week and still spend less than eating take-out or dining out. This type of service has number of value-added benefits:
• Customized menus can be created based on specific tastes, lifestyles, and dietary needs.
• An extensive list of recipes and international cuisines to choose from so you do not end up in a rut. Old family recipes or other favorite dishes can be adapted if they are not already on the menu.
• A personal chef can also handle dinner parties, gift certificates, special events, and romantic dinners for two.
• Plans usually include a consultation, menu planning, recipe research, meal preparation, storage and labeling, complete heating instructions, clean up and trash removal.

When it comes to taking care of yourself and your family’s health, a personal chef is money well spent.

Published: Aug 6,2008 18:58
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