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Northern Response Introduces the Pyramid Pan™ to Help with Healthy Eating Post-Holidays
Date:1/2/2013

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 02, 2013

After a season of way too many cookies, candies and holiday parties, there is one thing on everybody’s list: eat healthier to lose weight. However, according to Time.com, one of the most commonly broken New Year’s resolutions is eating better foods and maintaining a healthy diet. After a month of happy hour (at every hour) and belly-busting brunches, it seems next to impossible to switch to salads from wings and steamed veggies from fries. Not to fret, there’s help out there to make the transition much easier. Northern Response International Ltd. (Northern Response), introduced the patented and innovative fat-reducing cooking mat, the Pyramid Pan™, which allows one to eat the foods they love, while helping to maintain that New Year’s Resolution.

The Pyramid Pan™ is a nonstick silicone cooking mat with over 550 points on which foods rest. Traditional methods leave food in direct contact with the pan, which can result in soggy, oil-drenched meals. The Pyramid Pan™ points create space between food and the bottom of the mat, allowing fat and oil to drip down, leaving food crispy, juicy and evenly cooked. The increased flow and circulation of air results in tastier food with the need for frequent turning virtually eliminated.

The Pyramid Pan™ is great for kebabs, burgers, onion rings, bacon, chicken nuggets, and a tremendous amount more. In the oven, the mat is safe to use up to 428°F. It can also be used in the microwave and can be cut to the desired size. Cleaning the Pyramid Pan™ is simple since it is dishwasher safe.

Where can one get their hands on the Pyramid Pan™? It will be introduced into mass retail in the United States and Canada at a suggested retail price of $14.
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