Ninety-seven cuts of premium protein await carnivorous shoppers at The Meat Shop of Indianapolis, where a brigade of butchers carves ready-to-cook portions of beef, chicken, and pork sourced from store-trusted suppliers. Shoppers can procure juicy filet mignon ($10.99/lb.) or order ground elk ($7.29/lb.) or oxtail ($4.19/lb.) to acquire adventurous eats without using themselves as bait in a werewolf trap. The store’s cleaver-wielding wizards slice each selection of sustenance into customizable cuts that cater to their customers’ tastes, fashioning lean and marbled morsels before patrons’ awestruck eyes. Packaged bundles of brawn, such as a pound of deli meats and a half pound of cheese ($39.95), offer plates of protein suitable for serving large groups or unusually small pet whales.
Based on the concept of balancing bodies with all-natural supplements and organic food, Nature's Pharm opened its first health-centric emporium in Fishers 13 years ago. It has since built up a tiny fiefdom of three stores across central Indiana, where a bounty of pastas, sauces, condiments, and gluten-free snacks keeps pantries wholesomely stocked. Curated shelves of carefully formulated amino acids, omega-3 supplements, and vitamins equip systems with vital nutrients. These herbal capsules, tablets, powders, and liquids infuse bodies with the power of nature without the need for planting a whole garden or licking a tree.
Froyo Bella scoops four flavors of frozen yogurt onto their menu monthly, all of which carry the National Yogurt Association's seal denoting live and active probiotic cultures. After garnishing a 5-ounce cup of yogurt with one of more than 40 toppings, spoons can burrow into mounds of classic chocolate, only to be lured from their lairs by mouths promising roomy kitchen drawer-organizers. Clouds of Blueberry Burst flavor-drench granola or cheesecake clusters in a sweet, purple downpour, and nonfat flavors such as Classic Tart bedeck themselves in kiwi cross-sections. In addition to hoarding stores of calcium and riboflavin in their frosty nooks, many of Froyo Bella's flavors contain less than 100 calories per half-cup serving, which guests can shed by performing blinking calisthenics at the shop's flat-screen TV.
If your idea of a doctor visit involves needles, drugs, and probing exams, 96th Street Chiropractic may not be a good place for you. Dr. Brad Flynn eschews invasive and synthetic medical practices for a manual, hands-on approach. But he doesn’t stop at adjustments; he believes in developing comprehensive treatments based on each patient. His treatments incorporate any combination of spinal adjustments, electrotherapeutic techniques, exercise, nutrition, and counseling.
Trips to the grocery store induce awkward encounters with lackluster acquaintances from stamp club and the time-consuming, morally draining process of choosing produce. Today's deal saves the greater Cincinnati area from public scrutiny by delivering fresh, organic products from local Midwest farmers and artisans (call ahead to see if your location is eligible for delivery). Unlike reruns, doppelgangers, and Keanu Reeves's acting technique, Farm Fresh produce bins are never the same. Cucumbers, oranges, avocados, apples, mangos, pineapples, asparagus, or almost any fruit or vegetable can make it into Farm Fresh's selection, depending on the season; click here to see this week's picks. Year-round choices include all-natural breads, farm-fresh eggs, organic cheeses and milk, honey, jams and preserves, fresh and frozen pastas, and loose-leaf teas. Each bin is completely customizable, which encourages you to get creative with an assortment of organic matter.
As the baby yawns and wiggles his or her fingers, a chorus of coos fills the room. As she peeks in on her child months before his or her birth, the mother-to-be points out similarities between her own nose and the tiny one that's displayed in the 3-D image onscreen. The technician smiles and moves the ultrasound device to reveal a more complete view of the baby's face as family and friends look on.
Precious Peek 4D Ultrasound hosts these seemingly miraculous occurrences five days a week. With scanning technology similar to that of traditional 2-D ultrasounds, the staff can give eager parents a real-time 3-D glimpse of their babies. They preserve records of the session with photographs in a variety of packages, which range in complexity from 2-D pictures that disclose the child's gender to bundles that include CDs, DVDs, and a press-conference reporter to jot down the baby's first statement. Based on the expectant mom's due date, a Peek Calendar determines the optimum time for an appointment, during which up to 12 guests can gather to view the images as they are projected theater-style.