Portercare Adventist Health System

Portercare Adventist Health System

Founded:
1930

Portercare Adventist Health System

Founded:
1930
  • Dec 31 at 5:07 PM
  • Dec 27 at 4:30 PM
    We will have a special treat from our Healing Arts Program on Jan. 11, 2018. The Ivy Street Ensemble will be performing. Your spirit will be blessed as you listen to musicians from the Colorado Symphony perform the beautiful Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp by Debussy, and Fantasy for Violin and Harp by Saint-Saens. This music from the French Impressionistic period will paint beautiful pictures for your eyes and ears.
  • Dec 20 at 3:46 PM
    Try fresh herbs this holiday season Fresh herbs have great health benefits, add flavor to any dish and are easy to incorporate into any cooking style! On a per-gram-fresh-weight basis, oregano and other herbs ranked higher in antioxidant activity than fruits and vegetables known to be high in antioxidants, but what exactly are antioxidants? Antioxidants in herbs protect your body from oxidative damage caused from unstable molecules known as free radicals. By consuming fresh foods, we expose our bodies to antioxidants which help to remove these free radicles and boost health in various ways! Some antioxidants are known to boost your immune system, decrease the effects of aging, reduce wrinkles and prevent chronic illnesses. In addition to their health benefits, herbs add flavor to your meals and contain no sodium like many other seasonings in your spice cabinet! How do you incorporate fresh herbs into your cooking? Make condiments or salad dressing from scratch: Liven up the taste of your favorite condiment or salsa by adding cilantro or basil! Add them directly to salads: Make greens less dull with mint, cilantro, basil or parsley mixed into the greens! Rub them on meat: Fresh rosemary or thyme on your chicken or pork is an easy way to season your dish. Put them in eggs: Throw tarragon or chives into an omelet with your favorite vegetables! Make tea with them: Fresh mint, chamomile or licorice tea is calming and aids in digestion. This nutrition tip is provided by Kirsten Marten, Dietetic Intern at Porter Adventist Hospital.
  • Dec 23 at 3:30 PM
    Blessings and joy to you and your family this holiday season. May the gifts of Christmas bring you deep connection with your friends, family and community. Merry Christmas!

Dec 31, 5:07 PM

Dec 27, 4:30 PM

We will have a special treat from our Healing Arts Program on Jan. 11, 2018. The Ivy Street Ensemble will be performing. Your spirit will be blessed as you listen to musicians from the Colorado Symphony perform the beautiful Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp by Debussy, and Fantasy for Violin and Harp by Saint-Saens. This music from the French Impressionistic period will paint beautiful pictures for your eyes and ears.

Dec 20, 3:46 PM

Try fresh herbs this holiday season Fresh herbs have great health benefits, add flavor to any dish and are easy to incorporate into any cooking style! On a per-gram-fresh-weight basis, oregano and other herbs ranked higher in antioxidant activity than fruits and vegetables known to be high in antioxidants, but what exactly are antioxidants? Antioxidants in herbs protect your body from oxidative damage caused from unstable molecules known as free radicals. By consuming fresh foods, we expose our bodies to antioxidants which help to remove these free radicles and boost health in various ways! Some antioxidants are known to boost your immune system, decrease the effects of aging, reduce wrinkles and prevent chronic illnesses. In addition to their health benefits, herbs add flavor to your meals and contain no sodium like many other seasonings in your spice cabinet! How do you incorporate fresh herbs into your cooking? Make condiments or salad dressing from scratch: Liven up the taste of your favorite condiment or salsa by adding cilantro or basil! Add them directly to salads: Make greens less dull with mint, cilantro, basil or parsley mixed into the greens! Rub them on meat: Fresh rosemary or thyme on your chicken or pork is an easy way to season your dish. Put them in eggs: Throw tarragon or chives into an omelet with your favorite vegetables! Make tea with them: Fresh mint, chamomile or licorice tea is calming and aids in digestion. This nutrition tip is provided by Kirsten Marten, Dietetic Intern at Porter Adventist Hospital.

Dec 23, 3:30 PM

Blessings and joy to you and your family this holiday season. May the gifts of Christmas bring you deep connection with your friends, family and community. Merry Christmas!