Find Out More About Heart Health!

Sedano’s Supermarkets is partnering with Baptist Health for American Heart Month to raise awareness for heart disease and prevention by providing heart healthy recipes all week long!

Pineapple Guacamole

Pineapple Cucumber Agua Fresca

Pineapple-pork Skewers with passion fruit glaze

Tropical Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

Come by select Sedano’s stores and pick up a Live Heart Healthy booklet, filled with recipes and shopping lists to inspire a heart-healthy lifestyle. Donate $5 to the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute and get a branded mask that you can wear, ¡con amor!

For more info go to Sedanos.com !

Also in honor of heart health month, here are some important facts you should know about Heart Health, the #1 killer of both men and women in the United States!

Did you know that 1 in 3 people in the United States will die from Heart Disease?** It’s often called the ‘Silent Killer’ because people often don’t know they have Heart Disease until they’re experiencing a heart attack. Here are some facts about what causes Heart Disease, and simple lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk factors.

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  • The top factors that increase your risk for Heart Disease are:
  1. Obesity
  2. Physical Inactivity
  3. High Blood Pressure
  4. Cigarette Smoking
  5. High Cholesterol
  6. Diabetes

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  • You’re in the majority. 90% of Americans eat too much sodium, which increases your risk for high blood pressure – a major contributor to Heart Disease!

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  • Simple lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk of Heart Disease. Getting some kind of physical activity on most days is one way to improve your heart health.

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* Know your numbers! Be sure to have your doctor check your Blood Pressure, Cholesterol Levels, Weight and BMI.

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* Women may experience different symptoms of Heart Disease or heart attack than men - or no symptoms at all! Pay attention if you experience chest pain or discomfort, pain in the neck, jaw or throat, or pain in the upper abdomen or back.

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  • Quitting smoking can greatly reduce your risk of heart disease in a short time, as damage to the heart and blood vessels is repaired quickly. You can get help quitting by calling the National Quit Line, 1-800-Quit-Now.

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  • Anyone, even children can get heart disease. It’s caused by a buildup of plaque in your arteries, reducing blood flow to the heart. Talk to your doctor about taking measures to prevent heart disease.

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  • Exposure to secondhand smoke can increase the risk for heart disease in non-smokers, and is especially dangerous for people who already have heart disease. Avoid even brief exposure.

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  • Florida is one of several states with the highest number of people with Heart Disease. Learn about the government’s Million Hearts program, a national initiative to prevent 1 million heart attacks within 5 years, by encouraging simple lifestyle changes.

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