Here’s a delicious and super-easy fruit and cottage cheese salad that hits the spot just about any time of day, from breakfast to snacks to a nighttime dessert. And so healthy!
Try other vegetables like zucchini or broccoli. Try other seasonings like lemon pepper, garlic powder, onion powder
When a platter of these scrumptious Garlic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts are put out in the snack buffet at the Pritikin health resort, they’re gone (not one left!) within five minutes.
This Curry Hummus Dip makes a fabulous spread for pitas and sandwiches. And what a difference for your waistline and blood pressure! A schmear has about one-seventh the calories of butter or mayo – and about 20 times less sodium than most store-bought hummus.
There’s nothing more comforting than a bowl of Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup, but the sodium content of many recipes can be a staggering 600 mg per cup. Our Pritikin version has no added sodium but loads of deep, savory flavor.
This smoothie can be whipped up in no time. The addition of sliced red grapes adds a boost of potassium to help keep your heart beating regularly and maintain healthy blood pressure levels.
Why stiffen your arteries with the mega doses of sodium and fat in typical fast food fries (a small bag of McDonald’s fries has 160 milligrams of sodium and 11 grams of fat) when you can enjoy the vinegary tartness and garlic-onion crunch of Pritikin Roasted Potato Wedges for zero milligrams of sodium and zero grams of fat?
The next time your stomach starts to grumble before dinner, try out the Pritikin recipe for Roasted Sweet Potato Hummus. This recipe is great because not only is it easy to make, but it’s a great way to get some of the Pritikin Eating Plan’s recommended five daily servings of complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, yams, beans and potatoes.
Serve this heart-healthy, no-salt-added Pico De Gallo, created by the chefs at the renowned Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, with a gigantic platter of colorful cut-up veggies like radishes, cherry tomatoes, and carrot sticks.
The beauty of this Lebanese Lentil Soup is that it tastes rich and creamy but contains no added fat, which makes it a perfect recipe if you’re trying to lose weight.