It’s shocking how much salt (sodium-chloride) is packed into soups. At Panera, a cup of Garden Vegetable Soup has 750 milligrams of sodium. That’s half what the American Heart Association says we should have for the entire day. A can of Campbell’s “Healthy Request” Chicken Noodle Soup has 820 milligrams of sodium. Healthy? Not even close. And these salt licks are not outliers. They’re typical in America.
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This Spicy Seafood Soup is always a hit in the dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center. Cook up a big batch on the weekend and enjoy all week long. You can freeze this soup, too.
This Crustless Butternut Cheesecake has zero saturated fat and only about one-tenth the calories of regular cheesecake, but loads of creamy, dreamy flavor.
Want something fabulously flavorful and colorful for a side dish? And veggie-rich to boot? Try our Pritikin chefs’ Beet and Potato Puree. Doll it up, if you’re in a Martha Stewart mood, by placing each serving in a heart-shaped mold.
Drizzle this Chambord Raspberry Coulis over just about any dessert, from fruit to Pritikin Cheesecake, that would pair well with its deep raspberry tones. This a sauce that makes everything it graces more beautiful and luscious.
This Butternut Cheesecake, created by the award-winning chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, has zero saturated fat and only about one-tenth the calories of regular cheesecake, but loads of creamy, dreamy flavor.
With a little tweaking, you can still enjoy an entire menu of delicious and hearty comfort food meals thanks to these recipes from Pritikin’s award-winning chefs.
Creamy, mashed potatoes are the perfect side dish to a number of entrees. These spuds are a great way to get fiber and other nutrients from complex carbohydrates, yet when they’re loaded with heavy cream it can quickly diminish their value. This winter, try out one of Pritikin’s most popular recipes.