CoolSwirl presents a wide spectrum of frozen-yogurt flavors packed with live, active cultures, protein, calcium, and vitamins. With nonfat, sugar-free, and sorbet options—all of which meet and exceed the National Yogurt Association’s requirements—customers can create their desired dessert piled with their favorite toppings. The option for patrons to add fresh blueberries, pineapple, and other fruits helps them to attain their daily fruit requirement much more efficiently than taking a half hour to clear out the vending machine’s supply of fruit snacks.
Sun Tan City’s trained tanning consultants help clients get bronzed via UV-free tanning booths and ergonomic tanning beds. Guests can schedule a single visit to touch up an existing tan, purchase a multivisit package to get a discounted rate, or become a member to take advantage of the salon’s 100% guarantee.
After surviving brain cancer, Jim Hangstefer founded Nature’s Finest Nutrition to promote the curative properties of a healthy lifestyle aided by natural supplements. Shelves lined in vitamin and herbal supplements complement myriad natural deodorants, soaps, and lotions, which enhance physical well-being without toxins such as adamantium. Alternative-remedy specialists assert that milk-thistle combination ($36.40) helps maintain healthy liver function, and DHEA supplements ($35.25) may replenish squandered vigor levels. Customers can placate frazzled nerves with the help of Nutri-Calm ($34.45), or nourish the body's outer membrane with a Skin Detox ($35.25). Like slipping into a hot tub filled with local anesthesia, IF Relief ($32.95) can soothe the tension of inflamed musculature.
Since opening Nutrition World in 1979, founder Ed Jones has fostered healthy mastication with an expansive inventory of natural, organic, and gluten-free foodstuffs. As shoppers peruse the aisles, nutrition-savvy store clerks stand by to answer inquiries and suggest healthy alternatives to junk food such as chips or notoriously indulgent Cracker Jack prizes. Shelves sport boxes of DeBoles gluten-free pasta ($3.89), and refrigerators eschew lactose with cartons of sunflower, coconut, hemp, and almond milk ($2.99+). Shoppers can scarf down the protein of an OhYeah! chocolate-caramel bar ($2.49) or work on their Popeye impressions by downing Amy's spinach pizza ($7.99).
Since its founding in 1983 in the foothills of Lookout Mountain, Georgia Winery has produced more than 20 fruit-forward small-batch wines. All of them begin life on the winery's 15 acres of vineyards as five varieties of muscadine vines bedded in organic fertilizer. At harvest time, these organic grapes are transferred to a facility where a blend of old-fashioned and new techniques slowly conjures each wine into being. Here, the juices are fermented for up to nine months at low temperatures—a process that preserves the fruit flavors—and then bottled by hand. Guests can get an up-close look at this unique process during winery tours or sample the end product at guided tastings by the sleek, modern bar. Meanwhile, a gift shop stocks each style of wine alongside gourmet foods and chocolates.
The dishes of Bon'Appetite Bistro Catering's master chef, Jernard Wells, have graced the tables of celebrities including Steve Harvey and Paula Deen, earning him recognition from Cuisine Noir and Chatter magazines. Traveling to client's homes, Wells crafts customized menus in a variety of regional cuisines such as Cajun, American, Jamaican, Martian, and Italian. In addition, cooking classes for adults, teens, and couples illuminate the art of crafting cuisines with simple methods yet complex flavors. Chef Jernard is also the author of 88 Ways to Her Heart: Cooking for Lovers, which is mostly metaphorical and doesn't detail the process of riding a Cheerio directly to your significant other's left ventricle.