Welcome to Healthy Personal Chef

What We Are About...
The Mirror Immage 'foodie' crew spent some time trying to create a way to share our wonderful knowledge about food, the techniques of preparing and cooking food and the benefits that foods can offer the body. In one of our planning sessions we began to joke about our food concept and nick-named it the personal chef.

And then it was born... Healthy Personal Chef

In so many ways, we are all looking for our own little personal chef; One that will offer great culinary techniques while feeding us delicious healthy foods. So, the Healthy Personal Chef has begun. We are preparing to share with the world from some great culinary minds.


Most people assume that chicken is healthy, but the nutritional content of chicken depends on how the poultry is prepared and which part of the bird you eat.

Does the nutritional content change when you eat different part of the bird? Yes, it does. Chicken breast is usually the healthiest choice. Here's how the nutritional content of various chicken parts compare according to USDA data.

Chicken can be an excellent source of low-fat protein. Chicken is also a very good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B6 and niacin. Depending on the cooking method you choose - chicken can also be low in sodium.
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Health Highlight:

Cucumbers contain several antioxidants, including vitamin C, beta-carotene and manganese, as well as flavonoids, triterpenes and lignans that have anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin C is well known for its immune system benefits, and beta-carotene has been shown to be beneficial for vision, according to the Mayo Clinic.