Wanting to protect my heart in the kitchen, actually has a lot to do with another little heart. My daughters. I grew up eating a lot of high sodium foods, and so I developed a taste for them. And one thing I’d really like to gift my preschool daughter with – is a childhood full of heart healthy low sodium foods that she can eat and love!
That’s one reason why I’m grateful for Campbell’s low sodium soups. They are the perfect lunch on a wintery day.
My daughter likes the tomato best. I like the Healthy choice Cream of Chicken the best. I go old school yo.
The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement launched in 2004 to increase awareness of heart disease among women. This year Campbell’s Address Your Heart campaign is: a Kitchen Project! For a chance to win a $50,000 kitchen makeover. Isn’t that an awesome-sauce prize?!
Here is how you enter:
Click on the contest widget below and upload a photo of how you care for your heart. An example would be:
My tip is: It is scientifically proven (in our house at least) that drinking your Campbell’s soup out of a way too big mug makes it taste even better! And it also makes my preschooler more excited about making healthy choices. She picks the Campbell’s healthy choice flavor and the mug!
Once you upload your photo and tip, you agree to the rules, and submit! Easy peasy!
Step 1: Submit a photo below that shows how you care for your heart
Step 2: Fill out the information required including your name, email address and zip code.
Step 3: Write a short contest entry (up to 200 words) that corresponds with the photo and share how you care for your heart. Please be honest and sincere with all your thoughts and remember to tell us in 200 words or less.
Step 4: Confirm you’ve read the Official Rules.
Step 5: Log in through your Facebook account.
Step 6: Submit your contest entry.
You can share your contest entry on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and visit AddressYourHeart.com for recipes, tips, and downloadable coupons for heart-healthy products from Campbell.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of the Campbell Soup Company’s Address Your Heart initiative. The opinions, text, and images are all mine.