How do we help residents Live More<sup>®</sup>?
How do we help residents Live More®?

Live More® deliciously!

Through Hearth-Healthy Dining, residents enjoy meals that are made from scratch and mouthwatering.

When you think of dining in a retirement community, do you envision your meals being prepared by a trained culinary team and being presented by hospitable and knowledgeable servers? Here at The Hearth®  , that is exactly how we shape your dining experience.

At all of our retirement communities in Connecticut, New York, Indiana and Tennessee, you’re bound to experience a healthy, delicious, one-of-a-kind dining experience where the details of each dish matter!        

We offer menus featuring daily specials created by our culinary team tailored towards favorite regional cuisine. In addition to our daily specials, our extensive menu offers a wide variety of options, you will be sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds.

Our culinary team prides themselves in using fresh, seasonal ingredients to prepare delicious, nutritional meals from scratch, daily. One bite and you will experience the Hearth Healthy difference. However, don’t take our word for it: tasting is believing. Join us for lunch or dinner, and let us show off our culinary skills in our restaurant style dining room.

 

  • Meatless Monday: An Innovative Addition to the Hearth Healthy Dining Program

    Hearth Premier Senior Living is committed to the wellbeing of our residents and staff and helping them see the connection between food choices and health. That’s why we have started offering Meatless Monday meals in all our dining rooms. Meatless Monday features new plant-based menu items and educates our residents on the benefits of eating less meat and more whole foods. In addition, reducing the consumption of farm-raised meat benefits the Earth by protecting precious resources (such as water and fossil fuels) used in its production. Eating less meat can mean LIVING MORE!

    The Hearth endorses the Meatless Monday movement because:

    • Studies show red and processed-meat consumption is associated with colon cancer and increases the risk of Type 2 diabetes.
    • People on low-meat or vegetarian diets have significantly lower body weights, and weight-related health problems.
    • The meat industry generates nearly one-fifth of the man-made greenhouse gas emissions that are accelerating climate change.
    • The water needs of livestock far exceed those of vegetable or grain crops
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  • Some of Hearth’s Sample Meatless Menu Items

    • Apple cinnamon waffles
    • Caprese panini
    • Black bean burgers with corn salsa
    • Yellow zucchini ravioli with pesto cheese filling
    • Black bean and vegetable stew with rice, shaved radish, cilantro, and lime
    • Short-grain brown rice and roasted vegetables with sweet chili garlic sauce
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  • Hearth Healthy Hydration: Staying Hydrated and Healthy Never Tasted So Good!

    The statistics about the dangerous impacts of dehydration on senior health are alarming. That’s why we’ve taken hydration to a completely new level and instituted The Hearth Health Hydration initiative at our retirement communities in New York, Connecticut, Indiana, and Tennessee.

    Click here to read more about the risk factors associated with dehydration.

    Adequate hydration is a very important aspect of wellness for seniors. Our signature Hearth Healthy Hydration–infused water features carefully picked fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs such as apple, cinnamon, cucumber and rosemary, that not only impart wonderful overtones of flavor but pack powerful, health-improving properties.

    Best of all, Hearth Healthy Hydration water is served in a clear, easy-to-use dispenser that gives a visual cue to our residents to drink more water to combat dehydration, urinary tract infections and reduce the risk of falls.

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