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Prevent Heart Disease

8 in 10 cases are preventable!

One person dies every 36 seconds from heart disease, which is the leading cause of death in the US, resulting in 659k deaths per year (1 in every 4 deaths).


Coronary heart disease is the most common type of heart disease killing 309k per year, and 18million adults have Coronary Artery Disease.

US Deaths (2020)

You Can Prevent Heart Disease

Download the 3 important steps recommended by Dr. Jimenez, that you can take today to prevent Heart Disease, and change the trajectory of your health!

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"I have developed behavior change initiatives impacting hundreds of thousands of doctors and patients, and improving one's health is challenging yet doable, and too important to not make your top priority. As a busy physician, entrepreneur, and father of three, I know first hand how hard it can be, but there are steps you can take!"

Dr. Andres Jimenez

  • Developed behavior change initiatives impacting hundreds of thousands of doctors and patients.

  • Developed training software used in over 1,000 hospitals and clinics.

  • Board Certified in Public Health and Preventive Medicine

  • Assistant Clinical Professor in the Mount Sinai Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Division of General Preventive Medicine and Occupational Medicine and Member of the Medical Staff of Hospital

  • University of Miami, Bachelors in Science, Biochemistry

  • Dartmouth/Brown Medical Program, Medical Doctorate (MD)

  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NYC), Public Health & Preventive Medicine

  • USC School of Medicine, Educational Leadership Fellowship

  • Capella University, Masters in Education, Instructional Design for Online Learning

  • Weill Cornell Medicine, Masters in Healthcare Leadership

  • Cornel Johnson School of Business, Masters in Business Administration

  • Plant Based Nutrition Certificate, eCornell & T. Colin Campbell Institute

  • Medical License in NY, CA, FL, GA and NJ

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