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Campbell Gives Americas Kitchen Pantries A Heart-healthy Makeover With The Launch Of The Address Your Heart Pantry …

CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Now in the eighth year of its sponsorship with the American Heart Association and its support of the Go Red For Women movement, Campbell Soup Company (CPB[1]) today announced the launch of the Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project[2] sweepstakes in an effort raise awareness of heart health. Heart disease continues to be the number one killer of Americans and, according to the American Heart Association, a healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons in the fight against heart disease. Campbell will give consumers the chance to win over a thousand prizes designed to help them kick start heart-healthy habits in their kitchen pantries.

Additionally, Campbell is introducing two new flavors of Healthy Request soups, Southwest-Style Bean & Barley and Tuscan-Style Lentil, making it even easier for people to start refreshing their pantries.

As a proud long-standing supporter of the American Heart Associations Go Red For Women movement, we are committed to encouraging Americans to make heart-healthy choices each day through our products and resources, said Leah Dunmore, Vice President, U.S. Soup, Campbell Soup Company. This year, we are looking at the kitchen pantry through the Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project to show women that they can take small steps towards big improvements in their heart health.

Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project

To enter the Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project sweepstakes, U.S. residents ages 18 and older can visit www.addressyourheart.com[3] by Feb. 28, 2014 and submit a photo and caption that shares how their pantry inspires their heart-healthy lifestyle. No purchase is necessary for entry. The prizes range from storage tools, organizing solutions and Healthy Request soups to one grand prize of a $5,000 complete pantry makeover. The website also features American Heart Association certified recipes and cooking tips.

Jennie Garth to be Honored with Campbells Healthy Heart Award

Campbell is continuing its support of the American Heart Associations Go Red For Women movement by honoring actress, heart health advocate and mom, Jennie Garth, with the Campbells Healthy Heart award at the annual Womans Day Red Dress Awards in New York City on Feb. 11, 2014. The award recognizes a woman who has made a commitment to improving heart health among women.

Almost 43 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease and thats a number that I know we can change, said Garth. Thats why Im so honored to receive the Healthy Heart award from Campbell Soup Company together we can help make a difference for women across the country by encouraging women to make heart-healthy choices and supporting them along the way.

Heart-Healthy Products Build Happy Pantries

Campbell is committed to womens health with a diverse portfolio of products that balance great taste with nutritional value, including nearly 100 options that meet the criteria for the American Heart Associations Heart Check mark. Certified Campbell products include the following:

  • Healthy Request soups
  • V8 Low Sodium Regular and V8 V-Fusion Light beverages
  • Prego Heart Smart pasta sauces
  • Pepperidge Farm whole-grain breads (select varieties)
  • Swanson premium chunk chicken

Visit www.addressyourheart.com[4] to find out more about Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project sweepstakes, get heart-healthy tips, American Heart Association certified recipes, product coupons and more.

About Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company is a manufacturer and marketer of high-quality foods and simple meals, including soup and sauces, snacks and healthy beverages. Founded in 1869, the company has a portfolio of market-leading brands, including Campbells, Pepperidge Farm, Arnotts, V8, Bolthouse Farms, Plum Organics and Kjeldsens. Through its corporate social responsibility program, the company strives to make a positive impact in the workplace, in the marketplace and in the communities in which it operates. Campbell is a member of the Standard & Poor’s 500 and the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. For more information, visitwww.campbellsoupcompany.com[5]or follow company news on Twitter via@CampbellSoupCo[6].

References

  1. ^ CPB (finance.yahoo.com)
  2. ^ Campbells Address Your Heart Pantry Project (cts.businesswire.com)
  3. ^ www.addressyourheart.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  4. ^ www.addressyourheart.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  5. ^ www.campbellsoupcompany.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  6. ^ @CampbellSoupCo (cts.businesswire.com)

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    • Ann
    • February 8, 2014
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    Healthy Lifestyle Information? Give me healthy lifestyle defination, the way to live healthy life and other more

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      Healthy Lifestyles

      About Healthy Lifestyles

      Choosing a healthy lifestyle can help you improve your health and reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes.

      Healthy lifestyles include eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, quitting smoking (or not starting), and minimizing stress. (Note: Specific guidance for maintaining a healthy lifestyle may change over time as new scientific recommendations become available.)

      Learn more about each of the factors that affect your lifestyle by using the links below.

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      Eat a Healthy Diet

      The Dietary Guidelines for Americans show how good dietary habits can promote health and reduce risk for major chronic diseases.

      A heart-healthy diet is one that is:

      * nutritious and well-balanced
      * low in saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and salt
      * high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains

      The Food Guide Pyramid and the Food Label are tools to help consumers make informed food choices in the context of a healthy diet.

      Use the Food Guide Pyramid to help you choose healthy foods each day.
      MyPyramid.gov – Steps to a Healther You

      Use the Food Label Nutrition Facts Panel on the food products you buy for guidance. In general, try to plan your daily food choices so that you eat

      * less than 100% of the Daily Value (DV) for total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
      * at least 100% of the Daily Value (DV) for fiber, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and iron.

      For more information on eating a healthy diet, see:
      Food Label

      * General Information and How to Use the Food Label
      FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
      http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/lab-gen.html

      * Consumer Nutrition and Health Information
      FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
      http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/lab-cons.html

      * Nutrition
      MedlinePlus Health Information
      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/nutrition.html

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      Maintain a Healthy Weight
      Body Mass Index Chart
      View BMI Chart

      Excess body fat leads to health problems such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.

      Health professionals use a measurement called body mass index (BMI) to classify an adult’s weight as healthy, overweight, or obese. BMI describes body weight relative to height and is correlated with total body fat content in most adults.

      To find your BMI, use the chart on this page or
      National Heart Lung and Blood Institute’s BMI calculator.

      BMI range:

      * 18.5-25 — healthy range
      * 25-30 – overweight
      * 30 or higher — obese

      Having excess abdominal body fat is also a health risk. Men with a waist of more than 40 inches around and women with a waist of 35 inches or more are at risk for health problems.

      More than 60 percent of U.S. adults are either overweight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While the number of overweight people has been slowly climbing since the 1980s, the number of obese adults has nearly doubled since then.

      Excess weight and physical inactivity account for more than 300,000 premature deaths each year in the United States, second only to deaths related to smoking, says the CDC. People who are overweight or obese are more likely to develop heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, gallbladder disease and joint pain caused by excess uric acid (gout). Excess weight can also cause interrupted breathing during sleep (sleep apnea) and wearing away of the joints (osteoarthritis).

      To lose weight, you must eat less and move more. Your body needs to burn more calories than you take in.

      For more information on losing weight, see:

      * The Surgeon General’s Call To Action To Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity, 2001
      U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
      http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/

      * Losing Weight: More Than Counting Calories (FDA Consumer Magazine, January-February 2002) http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2002/102_fat.html

      * NHLBI Aim for a Healthy Weight
      http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/obesity/lose_wt

      * Overweight and Obesity
      CDC Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity
      http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/

      * Obesity
      MedlinePlus Health Information
      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/obesity.html

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      Exercise Regularly

      Exercise improves heart function, lowers blood pressure and blood cholesterol, helps manage diabetes, and helps control weight.

      The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) at NIH recommends that adults get at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the week.

      Talk to your doctor about what forms of exercise are best for you.

      For more information about exercise and physical fitness, see:

      * Exercise and Physical Fitness
      MedlinePlus Health Information
      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/exerciseandphysicalfitness.html

      * Physical Activity
      CDC Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity
      http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/physical/index.htm

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      Quit or Do Not Start Smoking

      Smoking cigarettes significantly increases your risk of coronary heart disease.

      Facts about smoking and coronary heart disease:

      * Tobacco smoke increases your risk or atherosclerosis.
      * Smokers have more than twice the risk of having a heart attack as non-smokers.
      * Smoking is the biggest risk factor for sudden cardiac death.
      * Smokers who have a heart attack are more likely to die than non-smokers who have a heart attack.

      In the first year that you stop smoking, your risk of coronary heart disease drops sharply. In time, your risk will gradually return to that of someone who has never smoked.

      For information on quitting smoking, see:

      * It’s Quittin’ Time: Smokers Need Not Rely on Willpower Alone
      (FDA Consumer Magazine, November- December 1997).
      http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/1997/797_smoke.html
      * Smoking Cessation
      MedlinePlus Health Information
      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/smokingcessation.html

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      Minimize Stress

      The link between stress and coronary heart disease is not entirely clear. However, people who have too much stress or who have unhealthy responses to stress may be at greater risk of having coronary heart disease.

      Facts about stress and coronary heart disease:

      * Stress speeds up the heart rate.
      * People with heart disease are more likely to have a heart attack during times of stress.
      * People sometimes respond to stress with unhealthy habits such as smoking or eating salty or high-fat foods.

      For information on stress reduction, see:

      * Stress: How to Cope Better With Life’s Challenges
      American Academy of Family Physicians
      http://familydoctor.org/167.xml

      * Stress
      MedlinePlus Health Information
      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/stress.html

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    What Foods Should Teenagers Eat As Part Of A Healthy Lifestyle?

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      Healthy lifestyle can be defined in many ways. I would suggest if you want them to get lean or stay lean that you calculate their lean body mass and adjust their calories to fit their body.

      You need about 50% of your calories from carbohydrates, 30% of your calories from various proteins, and 20% of your calories from fat. If so desired up the percentage of calories from carbs and lower the calroes from fat, but be wary.. carbohydrates are a staple in a persons nutritional diet… DO NOT RESTRICT THEM.. merely optimize them. I CAN NOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH. There is a different between poor carbs and COMPLEX CARBS.. you must learn the difference to understand how VITAL COMPLEX CARBS ARE. When you restrict calories you are putting your body in a position to go into a catabolic state.. this is terrible for ANYONE, especially a teenager. If you want to live smart, you have to eat smart and train smart. If you want a healthy child you need to begin a healthy workout program.

      You also need to consume enough fiber and maintain your sodium intake to a moderate if not modest level..

      Teenagers are very efficient at forgetting what matters when it comes to nutrition so the younger you start them on a healthy path the much better off they will be.

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    Key To Living A Healthier Lifestyle? So I have about an extra 25 pounds on me or so, And i want to start eating healthier and being more active. But i dont want to diet. My body hates that, and I don’t want to put my mind through that again because i’m recovering from a 2 year long eating disorder. So if i eat a healthy diet, the right foods, drink more water, and workout daily, treadmill and what not, just be more active, can I lose weight and get my body into shape with out counting out every calorie that I put into my mouth? I work out a lot, 2 hours on the treadmill, then some on the bike, lift some weights, ect. But i don’t want to “diet”.
    Because I’m not going to “diet” and keep track of every calorie i consume, but by eating healthy foods, fruits and veggies, ect. will it take me a while to lose the weight because I’m not taking my diet to the extreme?

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      Eat healthy: eat 3 whole meals a day. For your meals, you want something healthy and that fills you up so that you don’t get hungry again for a long time. You need to also make healthy choices like eating whole wheat bread or whole grain bread instead of white bread and brown rice instead of white rice. Cut all junk food. They are bad for you and cause weight gain fast. Cut fast food as well! If you get hungry in between your 3 meals, eat a piece of fruit/vegetable, low-fat yogurt, skim milk, or fruit juice. THey are all good and healthy and will burn fat. As well as eating healthy, combine with exercise and you will lose the weight healthfully and easily. Diets don’t work in the long run. When you consume too little, or deprive yourself of certain foods, you are also not getting the essential nutrients. That’s why everyone gain the weight back and more in diets. Diet’s are a plan for fail. INstead, just focus on eating healthy. You will feel better, look better, and perform better. Opt for a healthy lifestyle, not a fad diet. that’s how you lose weight and keep it off for good.
      For the exercise, don’t overdo yourself. Just walking, jogging for 1 hour each day will be more than enough. Rememeber to rest for 1 day of the week. Also, if 1 hour is too long for you, you can BREAK IT DOWN thorughout the day. Nobody said you have to get it all done in one shot, just do some after you wake up, some in the afternoon myabe, and sometime before or after dinner. It’s more managaeable that way. Walking, jogging, running or swimming are aerobic/cardio exercises and they burn the most calories and fat. They will make you strengthen or build your muscle and keep you burning more calories and fat.
      eat healthy and exercise is the golden rule of losing weight. Good luck hun 🙂

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