Mar 082014
 

I visit my Cardiologist every six months to make sure I’m on the right track and leaving a cool beat!  My older brother died from a massive heart-attack at the age of 44 leaving a wife and four children behind the youngest being only a year old.  Junior was a junk-food junkie and yes, he also smoked.  When I was turning 44 I was extremely worried so I went to get a complete check up, and I’m proud to say that at that time I was healthy as a horse, and why because I watched what I ate, and exercised regularly.

Today I help both my husband and I by making healthy food.  One is eating fresh/frozen veggies, and all kinds of veggies.  No cans because they contain a lot of sodium is one reason.  That’s so not good.  Also, I make sure we eat plenty of salads, fish, and chicken without the skin.  We have meat only once or twice a week.  When I fry things I do NOT use oil or if I do it is very sparingly.  Here’s a great recipe for you. Just click on their picture.  How about a fish recipe. “Tilapia & Vegetable Casserole”!

Stuffed Winter Squash

Pork Medallions with Spinach & Barley  

Pizza Primavera with Cauliflower Crust  

And how about some “Broccoli Cheddar Rice”, mmmm!

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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.

God blessXmasDolly

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  3 Responses to “Address Your Heart campaign with Great Recipes!”

  1.  

    All of that food looks so good. Dang, now I am hungry!

  2.  

    They all look so good! I will plan on them all except I will substitute the tilapia for something else. I remember visiting Baja a few times and strolling the fish market, and tilapia was only considered a bait fish back then.

  3.  

    That looks amazing! Thank you!

Thanks for the lovely comment!