Subject: Recipe Contest: Take Avocado to Heart

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Recipe Contest: Take Avocado to Heart
Take Avocado to Heart
Are you ready to make your heart happy this American Heart Month?
Fresh Avocados – Love One Today® is excited to announce the Take Avocado to Heart Recipe Contest as the national recipe host of the American Heart Association’s® Healthy For Good movement. Show us how you #AddAvocado in a heart-healthy recipe created by you for a chance to win up to $1,000 in one of nine prizes.
This is a fun contest that both you and your clients can enter, and we’re ready for you to show us what you’ve got. For the love of avocados, let’s get cooking!
Click here to discover the recipe contest rules, guidelines and form for entry. Make sure to submit your heart-healthy recipes by February 27, and encourage your friends, clients and colleagues to join in on the fun using the contest hashtag: #AddAvocado.
Avocados Go Heart Healthy
Need some heart-healthy recipe inspiration to get you started? We are proud to support the American Heart Association’s Healthy For Good movement, designed to inspire Americans to make incremental changes that add up to lifelong health. One change may include adding color to your meals with colorful fruits and vegetables to achieve a healthier lifestyle. Fresh avocados are a heart-healthy* fruit that provide naturally good fats, and they are sodium and cholesterol free. You can find plenty of delicious Heart-Check-certified fresh avocado recipes at
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*While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of this disease.