Humans are creatures of habit, a mentality that naturally influences how and what we eat. The philosophy behind Lasting Control Weight Management stems from the belief that humans are creatures of habit. Those habits influence how people eat, and the weight-loss experts acknowledge this. They understand that their patients have favorite foods and often a favorite amount to eat, which is how their evaluations have a unique goal: they create healthy appetites as opposed to just healthy diets.
To do this, the counselors go back to the basics. Their medically supervised nutritional-counseling sessions diagram food groups, food combinations, and how the body as a whole breaks down food instead of lazily expecting the teeth to do all the work. This fundamental approach spreads to the home, where pantries are cleared of unhealthy foods and replenished with natural items. The staff can also facilitate change by doling out vitamin supplements, planned menus, prescriptions, and B6, B12, or lipotropic injections.
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At Bead World, internationally sourced beads fall in heavy ropes from their wall mounts. The sheer volume and the quality of these handpicked beads have earned the shop accolades from publications such as the Phoenix New Times, which gushed that the store carries “every conceivable type of bead”, including Swarovski crystals, semiprecious stones, and Czech glass beads in “refreshingly remarkable” quality. But you don’t have to be an expert to set foot in the store, since each month Bead World hosts 20 classes that furnish people with the space and tools they need to create their own jewelry. Each class comes with a 20% discount for a one-time purchase so that students can stock up on African trading beads, freshwater pearls, or children’s teeth recovered from fairies who lost their licenses. A portion of the two stores’ proceeds goes to local charities.
This is the Uptown location of Poor Little Rich Girl, a popular consignment store that also operates a shop at 38th Street and Indian School in Phoenix’s Arcadia area. The focus here is on an extensive collection of gently used women's clothing and accessories, selected for current trends or classy vintage, and often, designer labels. Customers might be able to find bargain priced scores on items from Anthropology, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Diane Von Furstenburg, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Dior, Chanel and more. The shelves also include a nice variety of handmade candles, soaps and lotions. Customers looking to sell items can stop by at any time during business hours and no appointment is necessary. Just don’t bring personal things like wedding gowns or lingerie and certainly no discount brands.
Recently featured on ABC 15 and in the Phoenix New Times, Fleur de Teas quenches herbal hankerings with more than 160 varieties of its house-branded teas. Fleur De Teas' lineup of libations tower along its walls, tempting tastebuds with flavors such as coconut cream, a premium black tea with warm vanilla and coconut accents ($6.75/50 grams), and Maui Sunrise, a green tea infused with the flavors of mango, sunflowers, rose petals, cornflowers, and apricot ($6.15/50 grams). Fruitphiles can sip on the blueberry cheesecake rooibos tea, blended with blueberry flavor, apple, calendula, and cornflowers ($9.25/50 grams), or douse their faces in Razzbiscus, a calming hibiscus tea with merrily floating raspberries ($4.85/50 grams). Scattered seating throughout the store allows floral-sippers to enjoy the health benefits of tea in the bright, airy shop, far from the stresses of the Gregorian-chant-whistling teapot at home.
Like an edible choose-your-own-adventure book, The Chill lets its visitors make their own decisions from the moment they walk through the door. Guests choose how much to draw from the stainless steel machines,filling their cups with as much creamy frozen yogurt as they like. From there, they take their pick of add-ons from the toppings bar, dappling the swirls with extras such as candies or fresh fruit. And once they've put the finishing touch on their frozen creations, they can either devour it inside at one of the cafe-style tables or take it to the patio to soften in the sun or on the radiator of a parked truck.