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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” February 17, 2010

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Featured Coupons

Save $1Check out this week’s featured coupons! From our featured recipe, get $1 off Farro. Also save $1 on heart-healthy Cheerios this week.

Hahn Pinot Noir – Good for your heart and the earth

Hahn WineSave $8 If you want to combine the heart-healthy properties of a good red wine with a hearty dose of environmental awareness, you’re in luck — try Hahn Estates Pinot Noir. Wines from this vineyard are produced sustainably, using integrated farming practices, and Hahn is certified under the Sustainability in Practice Vineyard Certification Program. Plus, red wine is great for your heart. “Made from grapes and then fermented with the skins, red wine is rich in flavanols,” says Liz Applegate, Ph.D. “These compounds found in grape skins act as powerful antioxidants, which protect the bad carrier of cholesterol LDL from damaging artery walls thus lowering heart disease risk.”
$9.99, save $8, 750 ml.

American Heart Association Heart Sales

From February 10 – 24, you can support the American Heart Association by purchasing a paper heart at our checkstands (red hearts are $1, silver hearts are $5) at all Nugget Markets.  You can also pick up a free heart-healthy shopping list in any of our stores or view and print it here.

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Fresh to Market
February 17, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 4

We hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Fresh to Market. Fresh to Market is a free, bi-weekly email publication of Nugget Market, Inc.

Prices valid 2/17/2010 - 2/23/2010.

Love Your Heart

Video: Your Healthy Heart

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February is Heart Health Month, and Nugget Markets is teaming up with the American Heart Association to promote healthy food choices and heart-health awareness in our community. As this year’s Heart-Healthy Recipe Sponsor for the AHA’s Go Red for Women Luncheon in Sacramento, we hope you’ll join us in supporting Heart Health Month. Here’s to your healthy heart! 

Featured Recipe: Poached Salmon and Farro

Farro Winter Roasted Veg

Poached Salmon Beurre Rouge

Try this heart-healthy salmon recipe, along with a side of winter veggies and farro—a high-fiber, antioxidant-packed grain.

Clementine Cuties

Clementine Tangerines

Save $4.02These adorable mandarin oranges taste as sweet as candy — and they’re good for your heart, too! “Clementines contain vitamin C and folate, a B vitamin that is crucial for reducing your heart disease risk,” says Liz Applegate, Ph.D. Pick up one of our 5 lb. boxes, on sale this week!

Cuties, 5 lb. box, $5.97 each, save $4.02 each

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Get Moving – A “Recipe” for Heart Health

February is National Heart Health Month, and during this drive for health-awareness, super foods like salmon and olive oil usually get top billing. But don’t forget that physical activity plays a vital role in heart health at every age. Here’s a rundown on what daily exercise can do for your heart, along with tips on how to fit fitness into your life:

  • Regular exercise helps lower your levels of unhealthy cholesterol, as well as control high blood pressure.
  • Routine exercise also assists in stabilizing blood sugar levels, helping to lower your risk of developing Type II diabetes.
  • Studies show that daily physical activity such as jogging and biking around town help combat stress by lowering levels of hormones and other markers that indicate both mental and physical stress.
  • Exercise helps boost our feeling of well-being and confidence, which, along with stress reduction, helps lower heart disease risk.

Aim for 30 to 60 minutes daily of moderate exercise, such as jogging, gardening, heavy housework, brisk walking and bike riding. You can reach your daily activity goal with “exercise bouts” of 10 minutes or more, spread out during the day. For example, a 10-minute brisk walk at work and a 20-minute bike ride in the afternoon combine to achieve your daily goal. Also, limiting “screen” time (TV, computer, video games) to less than 2 hours at a sitting will help you get up and get moving!

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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