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Healthy Ways to Speed up your Metabolism Dieters are often aware of metabolism and its effect on an individual's weight. Metabolism is a process that serves a host of important functions, including converting food and drink into energy and using energy to construct certain components of cells. For the perpetual dieter, metabolism can be a natural-born enemy, a process that simply isn't fast enough to lose weight. Even more frustrating, a person's metabolism can hinge on genetics and gender. People may inherit a speedy or slow metabolism and men have a tendency to burn more calories than women, even while resting. Those who inherited a fast metabolism are often the people who can seemingly eat whatever they choose without gaining a pound. However, there are several healthy ways to speed up metabolism. • Pack on muscle. People with more muscle tend to have a higher resting metabolic rate because muscle burns more calories than fat. According to the American Council on Exercise, each pound of fat burns two calories per day, while various estimates suggest each pound of muscle burns between 35 to 50 calories per day. Those figures might seem insignificant, but they add up over time. Employ resistance training to build muscle, as such training activates muscles all over the body, increasing your daily metabolic rate. • Emphasize intensity. High-intensity daily exercise will prove more effective at speeding up your metabolism than low or moderate intensity workouts. Sign up for a Zumba(R) or spin class at your gym, both of which are the kind of highintensity cardiovascular workouts that can speed up your metabolism. • Embrace grazing. Grazing is a dietary philosophy in which individuals eat five to six small meals every three to four hours, instead of three large meals each day. This helps keep your metabolism going and you will burn more calories throughout the day than if you ate a more traditional diet. What you eat when grazing is important, too. Choose low-fat, high-nutrient foods, including fruits and vegetables. Grazing on unhealthy foods won't lead to weight loss and it may even cause weight gain. • Eat more protein. Protein serves many purposes for people trying to lose weight. It makes you feel full when you eat it, reducing the likelihood that you will overeat. In addition, the body burns more calories when digesting protein than it does while digesting fats or carbohydrates. Turkey, low-fat dairy products, fish, nuts and beans are great sources of protein. • Stay hydrated. When the body does not have enough water, several of its functions, including its ability to burn calories, slow down. Muscles are roughly 70 percent water, so if they are not fully hydrated they cannot generate energy, affecting your metabolism. The body is not as effective at using fat as fuel when it is dehydrated, further slowing your metabolism. How much water an individual needs to stay hydrated is open to debate among medical professionals, but one study found that adults who drink eight or more glasses of water per day burned more calories than those who drank four glasses of water per day. Many people feel they were either gifted at birth with a fast metabolism or doomed from the start with a slow metabolism, but an individual's metabolism is not set in stone. There are a host of healthy ways men and women can speed up their metabolism. - Metro Services Lifting weights and staying hydrated are two ways to speed up your metabolism.

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Eight Messy Spots Where you Can Bring Order Fast Exercise trainers are touting the idea of quick, speedy bursts of energy to get maximum results at the gym. The same can be applied to our homes. Quick bursts of organization and disposal of clutter can eliminate some of the messy spots in our homes quickly and less painfully than a major anti-clutter campaign. Spend five or 10 minutes in each of the following spots and you'll create islands of order all around your house. 1. SPICES Today's cooks use spices from around the world. It's also not uncommon for a home chef to have three or more types of salt. One of the easiest ways to organize your spices is to purchase square glass spice bottles (sunburstbottle.com). Sure, stainless spice jars are cool-looking, but unless they're tilted on their sides, you can't see what's inside; the square bottles are see-through and stack easier. Another option? Put spices in zipper bags and store in an organizing basket in the freezer or pantry.

2. FLOORS One of the most instantly gratifying clutter-busting tricks is to get everything off the floor — even in the garage. By getting items up off the floor, space instantly opens up and expands. Do the same in your closets, laundry room, bedroom and kitchen. 3. SOCK DRAWER With a set of organizing cubes for the drawer, go about separating your socks into athletic and dress, sorted by color. Accordion-style sock organizers just mass them in the drawer. Cubes will help you find the socks you're looking for and keep them neatly organized. Toss out those pesky singles and socks with holes. 4. BRAS Using soft organizing cubes to separate bras by color, style, or how you like to wear them. Throw away bras you no longer wear or like. Life's too short to tolerate an uncomfortable, annoying bra! 5. SMALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES Remember that little food chopper you just had to have but never use, and the slow cooker that was too small to hold anything more than chili con queso? Pitch them. By getting rid of little-used appliances, you'll free up space for more practical ones. 6. COOKBOOKS You may own two dozen cookbooks, but most likely you go back to the same dozen time after time. Relegate the others to the pantry or get rid of them altogether. 7. TOYS Put forgotten toys away in a closet. Donate ones the kids no longer want or have outgrown. Throw away broken toys. Donate unused stuffed animals to a local shelter, police or fire department to give to needy children. 8. PLASTIC BOWL COLLECTION Always searching for the lid to a plastic bowl? Buy a square drawer organizer basket that allows you to stand lids upright. Next, stack the bowls. With the lids stacked vertically, you'll get more of them in the drawer and be able to find them when you need them. (For more information, contact Kathryn Weber through her Web site, redlotusletter.com.) (c) 2013 Kathryn Weber. DISTRIBUTED BY TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC.


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Trends among Mom Food Shoppers Comparison shopping is a way of life for many consumers. In an effort to save a few dollars here and there, shoppers take many routes to scope out deals and collect coupons, including utilizing some digital help. A recent report shows women, particularly mothers, are increasingly turning to social media and store websites as a means to making food shopping decisions. According to the report "Moms as Food Shoppers: Grocery Store and Supercenter Patterns and Trends," which was produced by Packaged Facts from data compiled by the Experian Simmons National Consumer Study, mothers are 43 percent more likely to go online to gather coupons and 38 percent more likely than other shoppers to look at store websites. It is convenient to shop online at home while the kids need to be looked after and it makes the shopping experience at the store move more quickly and efficiently.

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The Wine Society

41 Northern Boulevard, Greenvale (516) 484-0660 Kami Laleh, owner of The Wine Society, used to own a different wine shop on Long Island for five years, but when the opportunity to open a new store in a better location and more affluent area arose, he could not pass it up. With his years of experience in the business and expert knowledge in his field, The Wine Society opened in Greenvale four months ago. “It seemed like a good move to open The Wine Society here. It has only been open for a short time, but it has been doing well so far,” Laleh said. “We are a high-end wine and spirits retailer. Wine makes up 80 percent of our store and spirits are the other 20 percent.” The Wine Society has a wonderful wine room, with highly allocated wines at low prices. “The wines we have here are hard to come by and they range from $30 to thousands of dollars. We have white and red — everything, and offer a 20 percent discount on mixed cases and a 10 percent discount on six bottles,” said Laleh. “The wine room includes wines from all over the world like Italy, California, France, Spain and Argentina.”

We are a high-end wine and spirits retailer.

Mothers are also using social media and store websites to plan their grocery store trips. They will scope out which stores are offering particular sales and plan shopping routes accordingly at the proper times. With so many people relying on smartphones for myriad reasons, comparison shopping between stores and checking sales and coupons are a few other reasons women are turning to their phones. The number of apps that are geared toward food shopping and meal preparation have increased in response to this developing trend. Several shopping list apps, such as Grocery IQ, Green Grocer, Shopper and Grocery Gadget, have grown increasingly popular over the years. Some of these apps are integrated with major retailers and can use GPS positioning to match shoppers up with a nearby store and the quickest way to get there. Some websites even make it easier for shoppers to prepare their favorite recipes. Certain recipe sites enable consumers to create a shopping list with a click of the mouse so that all of the necessary ingredients can quickly be added to a shopping list. In addition to identifying that website food browsing is an important component of the shopping process for many moms, the Experian study narrowed down some other preferences. • Organic foods: Thirty-one percent of moms now desire organic/natural foods, but not necessarily locally grown foods. • Convenience foods are still popular. Mothers are more inclined than others to use convenience foods, such as frozen waffles, pancakes and complete packaged dinner mixes. Snacks and desserts are also bought and consumed in high volumes in family households. • Store brands: Moms are interested in value and will purchase store brands to save money. The Internet and social media has changed the way people shop and is also affecting how many mothers purchase foods for their families. - Metro Services

Laleh is an expert in California cabernets and those are becoming the most popular bottles at The Wine Society. There is also someone in the store who is an expert in French wines, so not only can customers purchase their favorite wines, but they also can learn all about them and try different varieties. They can also explore some of The Wine Society’s own private labels. The Wine Society plans to hold multiple wine tasting events throughout the year and has recently hosted its first Grand Tasting. “Twice a year, there will be grand tastings that feature over 50 wines, with food and music. Regular wine tastings will take place every other weekend and include about five or six different types of wine for guests to sample, and there are also scotch tastings,” said Laleh. “Regular tastings take place from 3:00 – 7:00 pm, while grand tastings take place in the evening, from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. The tastings are not formal and customers are invited to come and go as they please.” As a new business, the tastings offer a great opportunity for new customers to get comfortable with the store and sample a multitude of wines, before purchasing them. This high-end retailer prides itself on top-notch customer service. The wine tastings are an exceptional addition, and the shop is open and not too crowded. “It is a very free atmosphere,” explained Laleh. “Customers can walk around comfortably and shop without being bothered.” They also make baskets on site and offer free home delivery. There are many things on sale throughout the year and The Wine Society has wines and spirits at all prices and varietals, so each customer is pleased. They are open seven days a week and until 9:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. -Kristin Cacchioli


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Toast & Tapas 4 Berry Hill Road, Syosset (516) 364-0516, toastntapas.com

Several times a year, I trek into Huntington to the breakfast restaurant known as Toast. It has long been one of my favorite places to enjoy my beloved breakfast meal. Naturally, when I saw Toast & Tapas open in Syosset, my curiosity piqued. Was this a sister restaurant to my much-enjoyed Huntington counterpart or was this a new restaurant, employing the name of a successful restaurant? The answer was found inside. Toast & Tapas is indeed related to the restaurant in Huntington, as one of the owners of Toast has also given his support and knowledge to one of Syosset’s newest eateries.

Many years — perhaps five U.S. Presidents ago — a Friendly’s stood on the site that Toast & Tapas now occupies. Over the ensuing years, a parade of lunchand-dinner restaurants has come and gone, none truly capturing the imagination — or appetites — of localites. A breakfast restaurant was sorely needed and Toast & Tapas is one of the town’s rare Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner eateries. Throw in the tapas and they stand alone. Tapas is a Spanish term for “finger food.” Some are served hot and some are served cold, but keep in mind that the tapas are not entrées. These smaller, appetizerpriced dishes are also an excellent choice for the latenight diner, who is looking for a small bite after a certain time. Tapas are ideal dishes for when you feel like trying Executive Chef Zane Smith’s creations, without ordering several entrées. Mr. Smith previously studied under worldfamous chefs Wolfgang Puck and Gary Danko. On a recent visit, I ordered three tapas — Grilled Lamb Sliders, Fried Calamari and Gumbo Dumplings — while my wife ordered the Baja Fish Tostada. All priced from $7 - $15, these tapas were perfect for our after-movie bite. On another dinner visit, I had the Braised Short Ribs ($20), while my wife enjoyed what Toast & Tapas calls it’s Zucchini “Guilt Free” Pasta — I call it “Zucchini Linguini” — with Grilled Shrimp, Stewed Tomato Pomodoro and tossed with fresh Parmesan ($20). The Cape Cod Salad ($12), comprised of Baby Spinach, Apples, Walnuts, Craisins and Goat Cheese with Apple Cider Vinaigrette, was also a big hit. As word gets around about the phenomenal breakfast dishes that are now available, Toast & Tapas is going to be inundated by the pre-work, later-work and day-off crowd. A large assortment of Pancakes, French Toast, Eggs, Omelettes and Skillets await your call. My personal favorite is The Godfather — a man-sized breakfast skillet with sweet Italian sausage, fresh sliced mozzarella, roasted red peppers and home fried potatoes, with two eggs any style ($10.99). In addition to the wonderful selection of dishes from Chef Smith and his staff is the extensive choice of beers from 20 taps. Also, the coffee served is Starbucks, available in many flavors. Live music and a special tapas menu are presented on Friday and Saturday nights. Toast & Tapas is open seven days a week, from 8:00 am through closing. -Randy Gordon


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STATUS FAUX: CUSTOM SPECIALTY PAINTING. Unique finishes. Glazes, stone, marbling, graining, antiquing, Venetian plaster, stripes, stenciling, contemporary, old world effects, walls, decorative mouldings, furniture, cabinetry, decorative concrete, wallpaper removal. Meticulous craftsmanship. Local references. Lic./ins. 516-773-4508. www.statusfaux.com. TED EMMERICH. Specializing in carpentry, masonry, electric, plumbing, tile, roofing, plaster/paint, landscape construction. Great service. 30 years. Clean your gutters now! Call Ted. 516-466-1111. www.tedemmerich.com FJE Enterprises, Inc. Lic. #H1740170000. D&L PAINTING. Interior/exterior, wallpaper, sheetrock, spackle, power washing. Licensed/fully insured. Free estimates. Nicky, 516-759-4607. FORT SALONGA PAINTING COMPANY. Interior/ exterior. Murals, faux finishes. Also, sheetrocking and powerwashing. Insured. Referrals. Bob, 631-754-4921. FERRUFINO TREE (SERVICE:) Tree removal, stump grinding, pruning, land clearing. Highest quality work. Owner operated. Licensed/insured. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. 516-223-8439, cell 516-384-6218. AMERICAN BEAUTY CONTRACTING. Bathrooms, kitchens, refinished basements, windows, doors, crown molding, custom painting, faux finishes, venetian plaster, multi-level decks. Trouble shooting expert for all your household needs interior/exterior. Lic./ins. H1766580000. Call Joe Francavilla, 516-795-1755. STEVE TSIMIS: HURRICANE REPAIRS! Bathrooms, basements, particians, sheetrock, moldings. Specializing in ceiling repairs, tray ceilings etc. Lic./Ins. #H0100280000. Reputable. 516-433-0419, 516-270-6195. GARAGE DOORS. Electric door openers, installations & “repairs”. Weather Stripping of existing garage doors for more energy efficiency. 25 yrs. exp. C.S. Garage Door. License #H1601540000/Insured. 631-588-0818. Clay. TREE WORK, STORM DAMAGE, tree removal, pruning, leaf cleanups. Land clearing, overgrown properties, landscape design/installation. Free Estimates. Senior Citizen Discount. Customer satisfaction #1 priority. Serving Nassau 30 years. Lic./ins., res./com. Cell, 516-313-8743, 516-759-3957. PIANOS TUNED, REPAIRED, MOVED & SOLD. “I buy Steinways, Yamaha, Kawaii, Baldwin & Mason Hamlin” Bruce Ryndfleisz. 516-938-8618. JUNK REMOVAL: Moving or just cleaning-up? 1 item to a houseful. Anything and everything. Free estimates. We supply the trucks, do all-the-work and clean-up when done. Call even-if you just have a question. Junk Away at 516-779-8998. Lic./ins. Senior discounts. TREE CARE/SNOW REMOVAL. Comm./Res. Tree removal, pruning, clean-ups. Snow removal and ice melt applied. Gutters cleaned. Call J. Prado Landscaping. Owner operated. Lic.Ins. 516-647-6795. STATUS FAUX: CUSTOM SPECIALTY PAINTING. Unique finishes. Glazes, stone, marbling, graining, antiquing, Venetian plaster, stripes, stenciling, contemporary, old world effects, walls, decorative mouldings, furniture, cabinetry, decorative concrete, wallpaper removal. Meticulous craftsmanship. Local references. Lic./ins. 516-773-4508. www.statusfaux.com. TED EMMERICH. Specializing in carpentry, masonry, electric, plumbing, tile, roofing, plaster/paint, landscape construction. Great service. 30 years. Clean your gutters now! Call Ted. 516-466-1111. www.tedemmerich.com FJE Enterprises, Inc. Lic. #H1740170000. D&L PAINTING. Interior/exterior, wallpaper, sheetrock, spackle, power washing. Licensed/fully insured. Free estimates. Nicky, 516-759-4607. FORT SALONGA PAINTING COMPANY. Interior/ exterior. Murals, faux finishes. Also, sheetrocking and powerwashing. Insured. Referrals. Bob, 631-754-4921.


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Thursday, February 21 • Arts and Crafts. Make an arrowhead-embellished necklace with your own handcrafted clay beads. $5. 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, ongoing, at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve, 50 Barry Dr, Glen Cove (516) 571-8011. • Genealogy. Join Grace Palmisano, genealogy enthusiast and librarian, to learn some helpful hints on tracing your family history. Free. 7:15 pm at Hicksville Public Library, 169 Jerusalem Ave, Hicksville (516) 931-1417. • Live Speaker. Gina Maura, life therapist and founder of Mental Health Resources, presents “Listening is an Act of Love: How Listening with Love can Strengthen Families.” Free. 7:00 pm at North Shore University Hospital, 888 Old Country Rd, Plainview (516) 694-7327. • Stock Market Meeting. Meet with the Long Island Day Trader Meetup Group, a team of enthusiastic investors who shares your interest in the stock market, to discuss investing, day/swing trading strategies and all markets. Free. 9:30 am – 12:00 pm at Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library, 999 Old Country Rd, Plainview (516) 385-8244. • Quilt Making. Learn how to make a traditional pieced quilt. Bring a needle and some scissors, other materials provided. Free. 9:30 am every Thursday at Old First Church, 125 Main St, Huntington (631) 427-2101.

Saturday, February 23 • The Beatles Art Event. Calling all Beatles fans! Meet and greet Beatle artists, Georgina Flood and Eric Cash. View and purchase original Beatle art and limited edition signed prints. Wine and cheese reception with Beatles fans, art and music all day. Free. 12:00 – 7:00 pm at Long Island Picture Frame and Art Gallery, 4 Audrey Ave, Oyster Bay (516) 558-7511. • Purim Festival. Celebration begins with a children’s costume parade. After the reading of the Megillah, there will be food, dancing and music. Free. 6:30 pm at Shelter Rock Jewish Center, 272 Shelter Rock Rd, Roslyn (516) 741-4305 x 10. • Tea Party. Spend the afternoon in a beautifully decorated barn with your favorite doll and cup of tea. Share stories about you and your doll, while making simple, fun crafts. $25 per child, $10 per adult, limited space, reservations required. 2:00 – 4:00 pm, 2/23 & 24, at Conklin Barn, 2 High St, Huntington (631) 427-7045 x 401. • Birding Basics. This hands-on program for beginners will introduce adults to birds and their adaptations. One-mile walk with much sitting, bring binoculars. $4. 2:30 – 4:15 pm at Caumsett State Historic Park, 25 Lloyd Harbor Rd, Huntington (631) 423-1770. • Auction. This old-fashioned country auction has hundreds of items and bargains galore. Antiques, collectibles, artwork, household goods, records and furniture available. Free. 9:00 am viewing, 10:00 am auction, at Union United Methodist Church, 1018 Pulaski Rd, E. Northport (631) 261-1303. • Singles Event. “New Beginnings Singles” presents a meet and greet with personal introductions, facilitated by a TV talk show host. $10, plus dinner order. 8:15 pm at Wild Fig Restaurant, 631 Jericho Tpke, Syosset (516) 395-8303. • Puppet Play. Explore the art of paper bag puppet making, as you craft and engineer your own Sleeping Beauty project. Free, with museum admission. Noon – 2:00 pm, 2/23 & 24, at Long Island Children’s Museum, 11 Davis Ave, Garden City (516) 224-5828, licm.org.

Sunday, February 24 • Musical Event. Take a trip down memory lane, paying tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Aretha Franklin. Homage is paid to jazz greats Billie Holiday, Nancy Wilson and Nina Simone, as well

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as various soul divas. Free. 2:00 pm at Glen Cove Public Library, 4 Glen Cove Ave, Glen Cove (516) 676-2130. • Author Event. Ellen Meister, critically acclaimed author of The Other Life, will speak and sign her newest novel, Farewell, Dorothy Parker. Free, with equal value purchase made. 4:00 pm at Book Revue, 313 New York Ave, Huntington (631) 2711442, bookrevue.com. • Zumba Class. Debby Snider teaches this fun, Latin-infused exercise class that will have you dancing and having fun, while getting in shape. Free. 10:00 am at Shelter Rock Jewish Center, 272 Shelter Rock Rd, Roslyn (516) 741-4305. • Purim Carnival. Celebrate this special family event with a DJ dance party, carnival booths with prizes, snacks, arts and crafts and air bounce rides. Free admission, $1 for activities and snacks. 1:00 – 4:00 pm at Suffolk Y JCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd, Commack (631) 462-9800 x 120. • Sunday Schmooze. Enjoy a bagel brunch, followed by the viewing of Searching for Sugar Man and a discussion on the movie. $10 members, $15 non-members. 10:00 am brunch, 11:00 am film, at Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave, Huntington (631) 423-7911, cinemaartscentre.org. • Antique Show. Cold Spring Harbor hosts its 25th annual indoor antique show to benefit their fire department. $6 donation, free for children under 12. 10:00 am – 4:30 pm at the firehouse, 2 Main St, Cold Spring Harbor (516) 868-2751, pekaleshows.com.

Monday, February 25 • Lunch and Learn. A community Rabbi will teach a class on interesting and current topics. Hot beverages provided, bring your own lunch. Free for members, $5 non-members. 12:30 – 1:30 pm at Mid-Island Y JCC, 45 Manetto Hill Rd, Plainview (516) 822-3535 x 347, miyjcc.org. • Family/Parent Support Group. This week’s topic of discussion is “Cognitive Behavioral Therapies.” Fee: Medicaid billable for agency clients, $5 per family for all others. 7:00 – 8:00 pm at Central Nassau Counseling Center, 950 S. Oyster Bay Rd, Hicksville (516) 822-6111. • Movie Event. The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck, centers on a year in the life of three men trying to survive a round of corporate downsizing at a major company. Free. 1:30 pm at Hicksville Public Library, 169 Jerusalem Ave, Hicksville (516) 931-1417.

Tuesday, February 26 • Camera Event. The Huntington Camera Club will host a demonstration and discussion on Adobe Lightroom 4, by Yvonne Berger, of Berger Brothers Cameras. Free. 7:30 pm at Huntington Public Library, 338 Main St, Huntington (516) 689-0899. • Needleworkers. The Embroiderers’ Guild of America invites you to its monthly meeting, welcoming beginner, intermediate and advanced needleworkers. Free first meeting, $55 yearly dues. 7:00 pm at Half Hollow Hills Library, 55 Vanderbilt Pkwy, Dix Hills (631) 423-3738.

Wednesday, February 27 • Workshop. “How to Network a Room,” presents strategies on how to meet new people, exchange ideas, collaborate on projects and help others. Free. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at Sid Jacobson JCC, 300 Forest Dr, E. Hills (516) 484-1545 x 214. • Live Speaker. Kevin Manning, astrophysicist and former NASA consultant, presents “Life Long Learning, The Night Sky: A Cultural Perspective and Beyond.” Free. 1:30 pm at Glen Cove Senior Community Service Center, 130 Glen Cove Rd, Glen Cove (516) 759-9610. To see your Community Event listed here, submit information four weeks in advance to events@northshoretoday.com. Submissions can also be sent to: Community Events, North Shore Today, 17 W. John Street, Hicksville, NY 11801 or via fax (516) 496-9898.


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