References: Services and Sites We Love

Base Hits to Better Health℠:

Food Tools


Packaged food guidance… after all, Americans eat 31% more packaged food than fresh food.


Access the foods you buy: Food Facts rates using a letter grade, breaks down the ingredients, alerts you to controversial and ingredients to avoid. Letter grade should be taken with a grain of salt. We like this site for the ingredient lists.

Zeroing in on specifics about a product: calories? fiber? Type in a product name, and My Fitness Pal lists all variations of the product. My Fitness Pal also has a free app

Compare Brands – from cereal to yogurt to frozen foods, Find The Best allows you to sort by sugar, fat or calories.

Access Your Own Cooking– We know that the food is yummy, but you can determine the nutritional label it would have with this handy web tool. It’s a slow process at first, but once you get the hang of it, it’s a snap!

Investigate NYC Restaurant Cleanliness- without walking in!

Investigate NYC Restaurant Cleanliness- without walking in!

Clean Choices when Dining Out: NYC Restaurant Inspection’s are published. Plug in a restaurant’s name in NYC, and see the report.




Be Inspired to Feel Better:

Let’s Move: Michelle Obama’s initiative zeroing in on childhood obesity: “The physical and emotional health of an entire generation and the economic health and security of our nation is at stake.”

Food Politics: Marion Nestle pulls no punches while addressing food issues head on. Make reading her posts part of your morning routine.


Professional Services:

Micro Niche Logo SmallThe Micro-Niche Method is a process that brings business development success to professional services firms. Look to the dynamic David Wolfskehl, himself, for consulting services. Buy the book here for a concise and clear overview of the method.


Ovis Creative has captured the tone of Goldie’s Table Matters in a marketing piece. Creativity is just the beginning of what this marketing company offers. Invest with the best, and let Ovis help you spread your message in written form.

Wine Shops:

Suburban Wines may be located in Yorktown Heights, NY, but don’t fret, they ship. Suburban employs a fleet of experts and stocks their shelves thoughtfully.

Frequent wine tastings, a free-to-join discount club that has attracted thousands of members, and a comprehensive website to simplify your shopping experience are just a few of the perks that set Suburban apart.



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