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MariahÂ CareyÂ debuted a new body on the Rosie show yesterday and now we know why she was in such hiding…she was losing weight with Jenny, formerly Jenny Craig and she isÂ theirÂ newest Ambassador!
Mariah Carey started on Jenny in late July following the birth of her twins Monroe Cannon and Moroccan Scott Cannon in April, and is taking this public journey to shine a spotlight on the importance of maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle, not only for herself, but for her children and for future generations.
“I’m just here as a catalyst. Ideally this will help create awareness – my goal is to at least make a difference,” said Carey.
Jenny is proud to announce it will be nationally supporting the American Heart Association’s My Heart. My Life. initiative that will include participation by Mariah Carey. Committed to combating the overwhelming health issues caused by weight-related diseases, Jenny is supporting the American Heart Association’s My Heart. My Life. initiative by launching a multi-faceted program in the coming year, including PSAs, community programs, education and online activations. Today, anyone can visit jennycraig.com to get a link to the American Heart Association’s My Life Check, a simple questionnaire that evaluates your heart health and potential risk for heart disease.
“I feel like Jenny and the American Heart Association together is the beginning of a world class alliance,” said Carey. “An alliance that can help change things for the better.”
“As an artist, I use my voice to entertain. But, today I want to use my voice to draw attention to a serious matter. Two-thirds of the country is placing themselves at risk for heart disease and diabetes. Largely, that is due to unhealthy eating patterns and lack of physical activity. I obtained a greater understanding of this when I was pregnant with my twins and dealing with my own health issues. That’s why I feel so strongly about working with Jenny and the American Heart Association to help Americans get serious about their health as it pertains to these issues which are so important.”
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