See how simple and delicious it can be to eat more veggies, fruits, whole grains and lean protein with our meal plans.
Individuals who follow a heart healthy eating plan and get regular exercise can reduce the risk of heart disease. Heart healthy eating plans are consistent with the USDA's 2015 Dietary Guidelines' recommendations.
Whether you need to shed some pounds, relieve stress or clear
your mind – walk it off – your heart will thank you!
Consuming excess sodium, especially when accompanied by inadequate potassium intake, can lead to high blood pressure, which is a risk factor for stroke, coronary heart disease, and kidney disease.
The good news is that many of the factors that increase your risk for cardiovascular disease are in your control.
Good health is not about diet alone. According to the American Heart Association, participation in daily physical activity does more than just benefit your heart.
Watch Campbell's Executive Chef Marie Gamble and Registered Dietitian Alexandria Hast discuss their tips for stocking a heart-healthy pantry.
Discover delicious recipes low in fat, saturated fat and cholesterol.
Great-tasting Healthy Request® soups are low in fat, saturated fat and contain 480mg or less of sodium per serving—a delicious addition to a heart healthy diet!