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Old 10-30-2009, 12:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HotSmart plates are finally available in Amazon.com; they keep food hot for eating slowly. Need only one minute preheating in the microwave oven, remain still HOT after 30 minutes and can even be handled safely by the rim with the bare hands, since the rim does not get hot. Google HotSmart for details. We are already selling plates all over the USA; they were designed simply to enjoy hot food.

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Old 10-30-2009, 01:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Eating slowly helps to get satisfied with less food, thus avoid overeating but eating slowly is not a simple decision but a habit that needs to be acquired, so you better make it a pleasant experience or you will not stick to it; do not let your food get cold, that is not pleasant.
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Sounds like an infomercial.. but sounds like a great idea. lol
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Thank you DocSanae; I am getting good feedback from my first customers. I see you remember me; I use my plates everyday and I really like them a lot.
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You can use them simply to enjoy hot food but the fact that eating slowly is healthy is the icing on the cake oops!
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I used something similar when my boys were babies. If I remember correctly (it's been a few years) hot water went into the bottom of the "plate", then the plate itself was nestled into a spot directly on top of the hot water. There was some kind of rubber on the very bottom to keep the plate from sliding. HotSmart sounds much more user friendly.
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I used something similar when my boys were babies. If I remember correctly (it's been a few years) hot water went into the bottom of the "plate", then the plate itself was nestled into a spot directly on top of the hot water. There was some kind of rubber on the very bottom to keep the plate from sliding. HotSmart sounds much more user friendly.
This is a bone china plate, adequate for formal dinners, not a baby dish, no water is necessary, only one minute preheating in the microwave oven, remains still hot after 30 minutes -your hand will not withstand the heat- however you can handle it safely with your bare hands by the rim which does not get hot. No dangerous liquids or melting substances inside, absolutely safe (I use those plates everyday). The use of a table cloth or individual table cloth is recommended since the base gets also hot. Google "bariatric plate" or "WLS plate" "HotSmart" is the manufacturer; the plate is patented and only available in "Amazon.com"
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