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Americans have their hearts on their minds – it is the number one health concern of adults in America. Your heart beats about 115,000 times each day. It is truly amazing! There are so many delicious, nutritious foods that can play a role in supporting great heart health – eating seafood twice per week, adding plant proteins and higher fiber foods like beans, lentils, and whole grains to meals, keeping heart and mind happy with fruits and veggies can all be part of your heart smart lifestyle. #Lifeiswhy

And because it's the month for Valentines, try these recipes from EatingWell® to show them you “Heart” their “Heart”:

Fruits and Vegetables

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Paint Your Plate

Paint your plate with a rainbow of fruit and veggie colors, and make your heart (and mind) happy! Be sure to include as much purple-hued produce items as possible. Anthocyanin, an antioxidant that lends its rich purple color to many fruits and veggies (blackberries, blueberries, grapes, purple sweet potatoes, purple carrots, purple cabbage, eggplant, peppers, cauliflower, tomatoes...) has been shown to help reduce risk of heart disease. #Purplepower!



Pear with Goat Cheese

Recipe for a Happy Heart

By Ellie Wilson, MS, RDN, Senior Nutritionist, Price Chopper Supermarkets

February is all about love, with Americans thinking about hearts, but not only on Valentine’s Day – February is American Heart Month, and heart health is the number one health concern for men and women.

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Salt Shaker

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Shake the Salt

Sodium is tied to all sorts of health risks. Find out how to reduce your intake — and why that means more than just avoiding the saltshaker.
By Marsha McCulloch, RD, LD, Diabetic Living

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Pharmacist

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Blood Pressure Fluctuates

Blood pressure readings can vary significantly from minute to minute. Many factors affect blood pressure, and these types of fluctuations can be expected.

  • High blood pressure often has no signs or symptoms and many cases remain undiagnosed or uncontrolled. It is important to check blood pressure frequently and take the average of multiple readings over a period of time.
  • Do you know your numbers?
  • PharmaSmart’s newest clinically validated health screening kiosk, Model PS-2000D extends patient management capability with weight, BMI, glucose management, left and right arm blood pressure measurement, and a comprehensive consumer mobile platform.

Now available at Price Chopper and Market 32.



Salmon

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Fats You Can - and Should - Eat

Think you have to go low fat? Not anymore: new research has turned this nutritional bad guy into a must-eat. Ahead, the good news.

By Kate Lowenstein, Health

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Salmon

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You’ve Got This!

Eating seafood, especially seafood rich in omega-3 fatty acids, at least twice per week is recommended for heart health. At Price Chopper and Market 32, we carry a wide variety of premium fresh, farmed or frozen seafood, including over 30 salmon selections! One delicious, easy way to enjoy more is to try one of the fresh seafood and veggie Seal and Cook meals. Fresh fish and about 8 oz. of fresh vegetables are packed in a ready-to-heat Seal and Cook bag – you can microwave or bake in the bag, then add your favorite seasonings. Clean up in a snap, and get out for your evening walk!



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Make It Better... with Fresh PICS for your healthy lifestyle!

Tacos on Tuesday? Make it better for your heart with American Heart Association Certified 96% Lean Ground Beef! Family dinner? Show them some love with AHA Certified Pork Tenderloin – roast with apples, onions, and Brussels sprouts and for a delicious, one-pan meal. Plus, make sure to try out our delicious recommendations below!

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Tylenol

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Care for Your Heart

Make it Routine... be your own health advocate & make checking your blood pressure part of your daily routine. Have high blood pressure?  Consider TYLENOL (R) for your pain. TYLENOL® does not elevate blood pressure like ibuprofen can. Visit CareForYourHeartReward.com for details & official rules on getting a $5 Visa Reward Card + 'Care for Your Heart' Digital Toolkit when you

BUY

*any (2) Adult TYLENOL® products, 100 ct or larger (excluding TYLENOL® Cold or Sinus products)* in one transaction from 1/20/19 – 3/31/19

SNAP

a photo of your receipt/packing slip and visit CareForYourHeartReward.com by 3/31/19 at 11:59:59 PM PT to submit.

GET

a unique code to redeem online by 04/15/19 at 11:59:59 PM PT for a $5 Pre-Paid Reward while supplies last. See Terms and conditions at URL. Limit 2 rewards per person/household.

 

SNAP GET is a registered trademark of TPG Rewards, Inc. Sponsor: Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division, 7050 Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington, PA 19034. © Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. 2019


Ask Our Dietitian Food and nutrition are a big part of enjoying good health. Our Senior Nutritionist, registered dietitian Ellie Wilson, MS, RDN can answer your general nutrition questions and also provide smart shopping tips to help you manage weight, heart, diabetic, digestive health and more.