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UnityPoint Health - Trinity Heart Center now offers Cooking with Heart class in-person at our state-of-the-art Cardiac Nutrition Center at Trinity Rock Island or virtually from the comfort and convenience of home. Choose your preference when you register.
UnityPoint Health - Trinity offers three different series to help Quad Citizens transition to healthier eating. Each series focuses around a Mediterranean and plant-focused eating pattern. All of the series feature step-by-step instructions for several delicious recipes, teach you how to tailor recipes to your own taste preferences and give you valuable tips on how to get meals on the table in 15 minutes or less.
Eating is meant to be enjoyable. To stick to healthy eating, it must be delicious and fun. Class participants are amazed are how much they enjoy the course and how they go away with so many doable and tasty ideas for health Looking for more heart health resources?
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Four-part cooking series held on Thursday evenings from 5:30-7 p.m.
Cooking with Heart Foundational Series is intended for anyone who wants to transition to plant focused eating for health. You will get innovative ways to easily incorporate plant focused dishes without spending a lot of time in the kitchen. You also learn foundational skills for creating dishes from whole foods. We cover key concepts like nutrient density, mindful eating, hunger, knife skills and adapting your new eating style to social events with friends and family. Class topics include:
There is no cost to attend this course. UnityPoint Health thanks Trinity Health Foundation's support. UnityPoint Health - Trinity Heart Center offers this gift of health to our community to support heart healthy habits.
Four-part cooking series held on Wednesdays 6-7 p.m.
Learn easy recipes and cooking tips for anyone touched by diabetes. Classes share recipes that manage blood sugars. Boost your confidence in the kitchen preparing meals that will ramp up your health and help you feel better too. Have fun mastering flavor-filled, healthy dishes that are quick to get on the table. Class topics include:
Cost: FREE thanks to support from the Quad Cities Diabetes Association, Trinity Health Foundation and Genesis Health System.
Four-part cooking series held on Tuesdays at Noon
Learn easy recipes and cooking tips for anyone touched by cancer - survivors, caregivers and loved ones. The dishes prepared emphasize how nutrition can help reduce the risk of cancer or cancer recurrence through inclusion of foods in their most powerful form (raw, cooked and in combination with other foods.) Class topics include:
There is no cost to attend this course. UnityPoint Health thanks Trinity Health Foundation and Gilda's Club of the Quad Cities for their support. UnityPoint Health - Trinity Heart Center offers this gift of health to our community to support heart healthy habits.
My husband is pleased that he now has the tools to make better choices to decrease his sodium intake and we are trying to incorporate some of these recipes into our weekly meal plans.
She teaches knife skills, kitchen zones, and strategic places to put food in your refrigerator. I'm also switching to a more plant focused eating. It's all about taking baby steps and incorporating little twists into your lifestyle, your daily living. This was a very fun way to learn more about our health.
- Linda G.
I liked going through the recipes and you showing us how to do them. I have wanted to use kale and quinoa but didn't know the tips to using them. Now I know. I am also adding more spices than the typical salt and pepper.
- Sheila B.I am very picky and not one to try different things ... Changes I have made from taking (the class) are I now make the delicious kale/apple salad quite often. I keep my food in the refrigerator so I can SEE what I have and go for the veggies first and meat second. I have stocked my pantry with spices and products from the class. I may not have used everything yet but I learned I can experiment.
- Sena R.