Toll free 866-808-1351
Greensboro 336-808-1351

4002 Spring Garden St, Suite A, Greensboro, NC 27407

Hearthside brings the care home.

Hearthside brings the care home.

When a loved one needs care, Hearthside brings the care home. Our
trusted, loving caregivers have a reputation for providing the highest
quality of home care –  our clients consistently tell us they would
recommend Hearthside to others.
Whether you need care for a few hours a day, or a few days a week,
we’ll work around your schedule, 24/7.
Choose happy. Choose Hearthside. Experience the difference that we make. We hope you’ll invite our professional team of nurses aide caregivers and nurse supervisors into your home,
to provide the best care for your loved ones.

toll free: 866-808-1351 • local: 336-808-1351
4002-A Spring Garden St • Greensboro, NC 27407
www.hearthsidehomecare.com

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Like Hot Sauce ?

Chef George Lopez, Owner of Baby Bolo'z LLC / Cilantro Hot Sauce & Marinade, Located at 2805 B Pinecroft Rd, Greensboro NC 27406

Chef George Lopez, Owner of Baby Bolo’z LLC / Cilantro Hot Sauce & Marinade, Located at 2805 B Pinecroft Rd, Greensboro NC 27406

Try it on eggs, in marinades, as a dip, in a shot glass in the morning with 8-16 ounces of chilled water, to get your system moving! Good for your health. Researchers throughout the world are working on linking hot peppers to the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, inflammation, weight loss and cancer. There is even some evidence linking the consumption of hot peppers to certain improvements in neurological, and auto-immune disease processes and disorders.

Hot chile peppers contain carotenoids (Vitamin A), flavonoids, antioxidants, and important numerous vitamins and minerals. The superstar performer of chile peppers is capsaicin, a colorless plant compound that gives hot peppers their heat and can be used for its analgesic properties. Capsaicin is also often used in pain-relieving topical creams. Also, capsaicin binds to pain receptors in the mouth and nose, which creates a burning feeling that gets passed along to the brain. The brain reacts by releasing endorphins, which are natural opioids that produce a feeling of well-being.

So, while the research goes on to uncover even more health reasons to consume hot chile peppers, you can order by phone – call Chef George at 908-577-7539 Today.

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All Ages and Senior Care Walking Tip #4 – Pace Yourself

All Ages and Senior Care Walking Program Tip#4 - Pace Yourself and Build Up Time

All Ages and Senior Care Walking Tip #4 from Hearthside Home Care: Pace Yourself and Build Up Your Strength

All people including seniors receiving home health, in-home, or home care services in Greensboro NC – Pace yourself. Build up your exercise time and pace yourself as your body becomes more fit. Don’t try to do too much too soon. You will only become discouraged and may risk an injury. Make sure to include a warm up time before you begin and a cool down after exercising.

In case you missed our first three senior care walking tips, here they are for you:

Tip One: the importance of getting a checkup from your physician click here and Tip Two: choosing proper shoes for walking click here. Tip #3: Where to walk?  http://www.hearthsidehomecare.com/2011/04/senior-care-walking-tip-3/

How are you doing so far with your walking program?

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All Ages and Senior Care Walking Tip #3 – Choose Flat, Soft, Well-Maintained Pathways

Senior Care Walking Tip#3 from Hearthside Home Care - When Walking, Choose Soft Ground and Flat Well-Maintained Pathways

 

Tip #3: Where to walk? Walk on soft ground. As we age, our natural shock absorbers in our feet deteriorate and it’s more difficult for us to walk on hard surfaces. Try to choose flat, even ground, or well-maintained pathways that are more giving to walk on instead of concrete.

In case you missed our first two tips, here they are for you:

Tip One: the importance of getting a checkup from your physician click here and Tip Two: choosing proper shoes for walking click here.

How are you doing so far with your walking program?

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In-Home All Ages Walking Care Tip #2 from Hearthside Home Care

 

Walking programs with home care clients of Hearthside Home Care encourage proper walking shoes

Walking program home care and in-home care clients with Hearthside Home Care are encouraged to choose proper walking shoes

In-Home Care Seniors – with the warming temperatures, what better time than now to take advantage of the weather and start walking for fitness? Where is a good place to start?

The walking program for our home care program Greensboro NC  is pleased to bring you these tips.

In Tip One we talked about the importance of first getting a checkup from your physician. http://www.hearthsidehomecare.com/2011/04/put-spring-steps-in-home-care-hearthside-home-care/

Tip 2: Choose proper footwear. A good walking shoe is really the only expense you will have with your walking program. Look for a shoe that is stable, and well cushioned. If you are prone to swelling in your legs or ankles, try shoes on in the afternoon to ensure the best fit.

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