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Heart disease is the number one killer of adults in America, but the good news is that many of the risk factors can be controlled, including weight, diet, physical activity, tobacco use, blood pressure, and blood cholesterol.
High cholesterol runs in my family as well as my husband’s, so I’ve been making a more concerted effort to prepare and eat more fruit and vegetables, as well as food that’s high in fiber like whole wheat flour and oats. We also regularly talk with our boys about long-term health goals, and why exercising and eating right now is important for later.
Campbell’s has some easy recipes that are heart-healthy, and I picked these out as ones to try:
Louisiana-Style Chicken, Sausage & Shrimp Skillet
Stuffed Winter Squash
Pork Medallions with Spinach & Barley
Tilapia & Vegetable Casserole
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. You can also find great coupons and special offers here.
Now I’m off to the treadmill!