Heritage Health Foods’ family of owners stocks the store’s shelves with vitamins, supplements, organic produce, beauty products, and wine to inspire healthier, happier lifestyles and foster overall well-being. The expansive and welcoming warehouse of nutritional needs furnishes pill organizers, medicine cabinets, and secret vitamin flasks with essential supplements, such as Rainbow Light Women’s One Daily vitamins ($11.59 for 30 pills), Barlean’s Total Omega 3-6-9 Orange Swirl ($15.99 for 12 ounces), and Enzymedica ViraStop pills designed to strengthen immune systems ($28.99 for 60 pills). Jay Robb whey protein ($27.99) works to bolster muscles during workout regimens and lend a competitive edge during the Miss Muffet impersonation portion of Ironman competitions. The Health Plus Original Colon Cleanse Powder ($9.49 for 12 oz.) helps regulate internal highways.
Since starting his business in 1988, Dr. Dennis Gaeta has honed the vision of more than 18,000 active patients. He makes each pair of eyeglasses himself to ensure the accuracy of the prescription, which can be presented in digitally processed lenses, no-line bifocals, and Transitions lenses that adjust to the amount of light both outdoors and inside the car. These lenses get fitted into fashionable frames from brands such as Bellagio, Mandalay, and Modern Optics.
Honey Baked Ham Co.'s specialist butchers boast more than 40 years of experience preparing glazed meats. The staff slices roasted hams weighing up to 16 pounds, each dry cured, hickory smoked, and oven baked to fend off hungry snowmen. A fine glaze of honey and spices covers each ham, which is cut spirally to keep its sections intact for horizontal slicing. To complement its sweetly seasoned protein namesake, Honey Baked Ham Co. also furnishes meat collectors with honey roast beef, pork, and turkey.
The dedicated butchers at Prime Choice Market have plied their meaty trade for over 20 years, coaxing delectable primal cuts and slices from top-quality meats. Mouthwatering new york strip steaks ($21.99/lb.) lounge in an edible aura of East Coast swank, and tasty baby back ribs ($6.99/lb.) regale diners with non-nonsense deliciousness. A palatable selection of Boar’s Head deli meats resides behind the old-school display counter, proffering tasty cuts of Ovengold turkey breast ($9.99/lb.) and savory slivers of deluxe ham ($9.49/lb.) for scarf-worthy sandwiches or bookmarks.
Voted "Best Pumpkin Fest" by viewers of Fox News Chicago, Bengtson's Pumpkin Farm captivates visitors with the autumn-themed fun of four new attractions, pig races, a 3-acre corn maze fit for all ages, and the Kids Village complete with a jail and a fire station. Swine speed toward the finish line 10 times daily, spurred on by the cheers of bleacher-seated audiences, and human competitors race playmates or sentient scarecrows through the giant Crazy Corn Maizey's swaying stalks. The Pumpkin Chucker launches gourds skyward, and pint-size patrons mirror mid-air trajectories on kiddy rides such as the new 90-foot Mega Fun Slide and Flying Frogs (free through October 30, excluding pony rides). Ghoulish chefs and mad scientists cook up screams in the Haunted Barn before sending the spooked off to enjoy the soothing effects and bleated lullabies of goats, zebras, kangaroos, and other critters at the petting zoo.
Baums Natural Foods assists customers in achieving whole health with a broad range of vitamins, natural products, and a wellness center where they can relax and tidy up their bodily living space. Remove toxins from the bottom up during a 30-minute ionic foot cleansing, as technicians immerse soles in a warm bath of water charged with negative and positive ions. The gentle current draws out toxins out through pedial pores, busting heavy metals and environmental detritus bent on slowing circulation, dampening energy levels, and hindering the body’s natural ability to transmit telegraph signals. Clients walk out on newly lightened tootsies and may notice decreased pain and inflammation in other body parts in the wake of the soak.