Thursday, March 6, 2014

Campbell's "Address Your Heart" Tips and Recipes

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February was American Heart Month, but it's important to have heart healthy habits all year long. Heart disease runs in my family, so I'm always conscious of doing my best to help alleviate heart problems. Although I'm not strict with my diet, I read labels and try to go for foods that are low in saturated fat and cholesterol. I also exercise three times a week by either doing cardio workouts or on-skate roller derby drills. Although my kids like to veg out from time to time, I ensure they get off the couch and exercise or participate in rigorous play. There's no guarantee to what will happen in life, but taking the proper steps helps prevent heart disease from affecting our lives.

Health is foremost on people’s minds, keeping your family in tip top shape can be a challenge in these busy times. Campbell’s Soup wants you to “Address Your Heart” with Heart Healthy Tips, recipes and more!

Visit AddressYourHeart.com to get heart-healthy tips, including 21 Campbell’s recipes that are certified by the AHA and product coupons, as well as Facebook.com/campbellskitchen for the latest Campbell’s recipes and offers.

Here are some “American Heart Association Certified Recipes” you can create (click on picture to get full recipe):



Creamy Chicken & Vegetables over Spaghetti Squash



Pizza Primavera with Cauliflower Crust



Tilapia & Vegetable Casserole



Turkey Meatloaf



Broccoli Cheddar Rice

Which of these recipes would you be most likely to make? Do you have any heart healthy recipes or advice you'd like to share?