If you're like most adults, your parents probably loaded you up with vitamin C whenever you had the sniffles or a cold. Your younger self might not have believed it worked, but as it turns out, your parents were onto something. According to doctors, vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins to consume. It might not be the cure-all for the common cold, but it absolutely helps maintain your immune system so you can fight the cold quicker. Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C also protects your body from prenatal health issues, cardiovascular problems, eye diseases, and even wrinkly skin.
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B vitamins like riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), folic acid (b9), and cobalamin (B12) play a crucial role in keeping you healthy and maintaining your overall wellbeing. If you want a healthier body, B vitamins are critical, as they are literally building blocks that help preserve your brain functionality, cell metabolism, and energy. For pregnant women, B vitamins in IV drips are especially important because they help your new baby's brain develop while in the womb. B vitamins have also been shown to prevent congenital disabilities. Plus, they help ease feelings of nausea, which is a big bonus for moms and dads alike.
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Like the other vitamins and nutrients on this page, magnesium plays an important part in your body's total health. As a cofactor or helper molecule, magnesium has a role in 600+ bodily functions, including protein formation, nerve function, gene function, muscle movement, and energy production. If you're having a stressful day or week, high-potency magnesium has been shown to have relaxation properties that help calm your nerves and muscles. Unfortunately, most Americans don't get enough magnesium in their diets.
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Just about every health food and drink in the stores boasts high levels of antioxidants. That's great, but what are they? Antioxidants are substances shown to slow or prevent cell damage from free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules linked to inflammation, disease, and forms of cancer. According to the National Library of Medicine, antioxidants also act as hydrogen and electron donors, as well as enzyme inhibitors.
Most humans get some types of antioxidants naturally through eating and drinking. However, IV vitamin therapy is a much more effective way to fight back against free radicals with antioxidants. When your body lacks antioxidants, free radical production increases, which causes oxidative stress - a harmful situation linked to arthritis, cancers, strokes, and Parkinson's disease.
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HAWORTH — Mayor Tom Ference has stepped down from his position to focus on recovering from heart surgery."Although I will certainly miss being the mayor and working closely with the council, acting Mayor Guenego will be an excellent chief executive," Ference said in a press release issued Sunday. "Haworth is in good hands and its future is bright."Ference, who recently underwent triple heart valve repair and replacement surgery, made the announcement at last week’s Borough Council ...
HAWORTH — Mayor Tom Ference has stepped down from his position to focus on recovering from heart surgery.
"Although I will certainly miss being the mayor and working closely with the council, acting Mayor Guenego will be an excellent chief executive," Ference said in a press release issued Sunday. "Haworth is in good hands and its future is bright."
Ference, who recently underwent triple heart valve repair and replacement surgery, made the announcement at last week’s Borough Council meeting. Jackie Guenego, who served as the council president, became acting mayor, effectively immediately.
"Haworth will always remember his term as the success it was, replete with accomplishments and dedication to his campaign promise to keep moving Haworth forward," Guenego said about Ference in a statement.
Ference had served as mayor since 2018 and spent 28 years as the Haworth Planning Board chairman before his election to office. He is also well known for running the Haworth Soccer Association with his wife, Ellie, for more than 25 years, serving as a coach in the Haworth Little League and being a founder of the Vikings soccer club.
Ference said in his statement that his recovery from heart surgery “has not gone as smoothly” as he had hoped and he made the decision to focus on recovery after talking with his family.
Councilman Glenn Poosikian, the longest-serving member on the council, said in a statement that Ference had "led Haworth as an important municipality, one with great prospects and responsibility, regardless of its small size."
A joint statement from the Haworth council members said Ference helped unite them for the greater good of the borough, creating a working relationship that was effective and productive.
"It was to our great advantage to work with such a valued individual, an honored academic and accomplished businessman, all balanced with the benevolence of a wise counsel," said the joint council statement.
Although Ference will no longer serve as mayor, he did agree to act as chair on several committees to "follow through with the work that he initiated for the borough."
Stephanie Noda is a local reporter for NorthJersey.com. For unlimited access to the most important news from your local community, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.
HAWORTH — Treating mental health disorders can be costly. In response, some borough residents have started the Haworth HOPE Fund to provide support for neighbors who find themselves in need.To raise money and bring attention to this initiative, there will be an adults-only field day on Sept. 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Memorial Field, where adults will revert to their youth by competing in relay races, tug-of-war and other activities.Councilwoman Heather Wasser, one of the creators of the independent non-profit...
HAWORTH — Treating mental health disorders can be costly. In response, some borough residents have started the Haworth HOPE Fund to provide support for neighbors who find themselves in need.
To raise money and bring attention to this initiative, there will be an adults-only field day on Sept. 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Memorial Field, where adults will revert to their youth by competing in relay races, tug-of-war and other activities.
Councilwoman Heather Wasser, one of the creators of the independent non-profit fund with Moira Renke and Mala Dutta, said it was formed earlier this summer after they noticed people reaching out for financial help for medical expenses through crowdfunding platforms.
"People GoFundMe and they look to their communities to support either themselves or their family members, but people are not comfortable doing that when it comes to their mental and emotional health," Wasser said.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, about 1 in 5 adults in the United States, or 46.6 million people, experience mental illness in a given year, and serious mental illness costs America $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year. That doesn't include the cost of treatment.
Wasser said the fund's formation was also a reaction to the deaths of two area residents, whom she declined to name, in the past year who were suffering from emotional and mental issues.
She said Haworth has been proactive in dealing with mental and emotional health issues, and noted the formation of a mental health coalition, and the creation of a wellness room at Haworth Elementary School.
Wasser said borough residents can request help from the fund by reaching out by email and then filling out a confidential application.
"Based on how they fill out the form, we know if they need a referral or we have an idea how much funding they need based on what they are describing," Wasser said.
She said people are already signing up for the September event. Varsity House Gym in Old Tappan is a partner for the field day and will officiate the games and donate $15,000 in gym memberships to participants.
To sign up for event and learn about the fund, email: [email protected].
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reakfast, brunch, lunch, and baked goods are the stars of the show at Guzzo’s BakeHouse in Haworth. The eatery offers both dine-in and grab-and-go options that include sandwiches, treats, and more. The entire menu offers made from scratch items, giving each meal a homemade taste.Owner Giuliana Guzzo says the 1,700-square foot spot has a...
reakfast, brunch, lunch, and baked goods are the stars of the show at Guzzo’s BakeHouse in Haworth. The eatery offers both dine-in and grab-and-go options that include sandwiches, treats, and more. The entire menu offers made from scratch items, giving each meal a homemade taste.
Owner Giuliana Guzzo says the 1,700-square foot spot has a “somewhat retro style” and atmosphere. (Giuliana co-owns Guzzo’s BakeHouse with her husband, Ralph.) For instance, they play Frank Sinatra along with episodes of I Love Lucy and The Honeymooners throughout the day. “We’re huge fans of both shows,” Giuliana says. “In addition, in a world with so much sadness, we would like people to laugh.”
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Sandwiches are a popular item at Guzzo’s BakeHouse, and come in a variety of options. In particular, popular sandwiches include The Haworth, The BakeHouse, and the Besonhurst Brooklyn. The Haworth comes with either grilled chicken or a fried chicken cutlet, guacamole, bacon, and mozzarella on semolina bread. Likewise, The BakeHouse includes turkey, tomatoes, avocado, bacon, lettuce, and chipotle mayo on a semolina hero. Both sandwiches include fries. Finally, the Bensonhurst Brooklyn panini boasts grilled/fried chicken, peppers, prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula, with a balsamic glaze.
Meanwhile, top-selling bakery items at Guzzo’s BakeHouse include donuts, lobster tails, croissants, and scones. However, they’re most famous for the cragel, a cross between a croissant and a bagel. Their seven-layer donut and other layered treats like crumb cake and cupcakes are also standouts on the menu. Click here to see their menu.
As for Giuliana, her personal menu favorites are the cannoli pancakes and egg white frittata. The former features layered homemade cannoli cream topped with crushed cannoli shells and sprinkled with powdered sugar; while the latter offers three egg whites, spinach, tomatoes, and feta, served with avocados and a house salad.
Ralph has been in the bakery business for over 30 years. In fact, he and Giuliana previously owned Belli Baci Bakery on Staten Island and Delizioso Bakery + Kitchen in Princeton. Of course, Guzzo’s BakeHouse includes the bestsellers from both on the menu. Furthermore, Ralph comes from a family of bakers, as his grandfather opened a bakery in Brooklyn after emigrating from Italy. After that, his father also opened a bakery in Sunset Park (Brooklyn). Giuliana has a background in event marketing, including handling celebrity events for Macy’s Inc. Her specific industry experience comes from working in bakeries as a kid.
Visit Guzzo’s BakeHouse at 149 Terrace Street in Haworth. (Click here to see them on Google Maps.) To learn more: Click here to visit their website | Follow them on Instagram | Click to give them a call.
Do you accept Reservations?
No, they do not accept reservations.
Are there Gluten-free options?
Yes, they have gluten-free brownies and muffins.
Are there Vegetarian options?
Guzzo’s BakeHouse offers vegetarian options, yes.
Do you offer Takeout?
They offer takeout, yes.
Can you offer Delivery?
Yes, they offer delivery via Uber Eats and GrubHub.
Do you have a Liquor license?
No, they do not serve alcohol.
Is there a Kids’ menu?
Yes, they have a kids’ menu.
Top and Bottom Photos: © Vinny Parisi / Best of NJMiddle Photo: Guzzo’s BakeHouse
13 and Under Team Captures Title at Clearbrook Golf Course and Advances to the 2022 National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Regional Championship at Kingsmill Resort (Williamsburg, Va.)Bedminster, N.J. The New Jersey Golf Foundation (NJGF), the charitable arm of the New Jersey Section, PGA of America (NJPGA) hosted the 2022 National Car Rental PGA Jr. League New Jersey Section Championship presented by RWJBarnabas Health on Thursday, August 11th at Clearbrook Golf Course in Monroe Township. More than 150 kids represen...
Bedminster, N.J. The New Jersey Golf Foundation (NJGF), the charitable arm of the New Jersey Section, PGA of America (NJPGA) hosted the 2022 National Car Rental PGA Jr. League New Jersey Section Championship presented by RWJBarnabas Health on Thursday, August 11th at Clearbrook Golf Course in Monroe Township. More than 150 kids representing teams throughout the state competed for the opportunity to advance to the 2022 National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Regional Championship at Kingsmill Resort (Williamsburg, Va.) – Sept. 2-4, 2022.
Led by PGA Professional and Team Captain, Mark Thornewell, Haworth Country Club (Haworth, NJ) captured both the 13-and-under Division and the 17-and-under Division. The 13-and-under team, which includes Olivia Lee; Aiden So; Justin Peck; CJ Antifonario; Roger Rice; Jason Mack; Aaron Koo and Savannah Lavert, earned a spot in the
Region 3 Championship at Kingsmill Resort. The 17-and-under Championship team consisted of Lucas Hofmeister, John Souva, Padraig Leahy, Isabella Crespo, Inha Jun and Aubrey Lee.
Through PGA Jr. League, kids have a unique opportunity to stay active, while learning and enjoying the game of golf in a fun and social environment on co-ed teams alongside their friends, wearing numbered jerseys – under the direction of PGA and LPGA Professionals. Following recreational play in the spring and summer, hundreds of 13U All-Star teams (boys and girls ages 10-13) and 17U All-Star teams (boys and girls ages 14-17), are formed in each league to compete in the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship Season.
“The New Jersey Golf Foundation delivers programming that aligns with our mission of supporting community-based initiatives that keep kids active, and builds healthier communities,” said Justin Edelman, Senior Vice President Corporate Partnerships, RWJBarnabas Health. “The opportunity for kids to compete in a team format golf event while playing alongside friends is a great alternative to individual stroke play tournaments, and we are thrilled to support the growth of PGA Jr. League in New Jersey.”
More than 1,200 boys and girls (13-and-under) participated in New Jersey PGA Jr. League presented by RWJBarnabas Health this season, while competing on 80+ teams representing public facilities, municipal courses, private clubs and First Tee chapters. To complement the under 13 age group, The NJGF hosts a league for 17-and-under boys and girls, with 100 kids participating.
The NJGF was created in 2004 to positively impact lives and communities through the game of golf, with a focus on 3 core pillars: youth, military, and special needs. Under the guidance of PGA Professionals, programming is designed to provide individuals from all backgrounds with an opportunity to experience the game of golf in a welcoming environment. Through a wide range of programming, the NJGF champions a commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) with the goal of evolving the composition of the game of golf to better reflect the broad array of differences in our society at large.
For more information on the New Jersey Golf Foundation visit www.njgolffoundation.org.
Founded in 2004, the New Jersey Golf Foundation is a 501(c)(3) and the charitable arm of the New Jersey Section, PGA of America. Through a wide range of programming, the NJGF champions a commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) with the goal of evolving the composition of the game of golf to better reflect the broad array of differences in our society at large. With a focus on 3 core pillars (youth, military, special needs), the NJGF’s mission is to positively impact lives and communities through the game of golf. Led by PGA Professionals, the NJGF hosts a dynamic line-up of programming that provides access for individuals from all backgrounds to experience the game of golf in a welcoming environment. Signature programs include, Golf In Schools, which is run annually at more than 200 schools, impacting more than 120,000 boys and girls (K-8); PGA Jr. League featuring more than 80 teams and 1300 kids under the age of 13 throughout New Jersey; Special Olympics New Jersey Golf and programming for individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities and PGA HOPE, the flagship military program that introduces golf to Veterans with disabilities. For more information, visit www.njgolffoundation.org.