A favorite at the Pritikin Center.
The sweet delicate taste of trout pairs well with the southern heat of Cajun spices. And in Pritikin’s Cajun Trout recipe, you don’t have to worry about astronomically high amounts of salt. Each 4-ounce serving has just 37 mg of sodium. Typical fish dishes using Cajun spices often ratchet up 1,000+ mg of sodium, especially in restaurants.
Want a super satisfying, multi-purpose dish that will lower your cholesterol as well? You get it all with Brown Basmati Rice and Lentils. Beans such as lentils are especially good at lowering bad cholesterol. Got leftovers? That’s great! All week long, enjoy your basmati and lentils as a side dish for fish or poultry, or add to your veggie soups for thicker, richer texture and flavors.
Crepes are typically packed with saturated fat-rich ingredients like butter and egg yolks. With our recipe, you get the silky pancake-style goodness of crepes without harming your heart.
The perfect autumn dessert for both tastebuds and heart! Or make them a summer delight by substituting the Granny Smiths for fresh peaches. Fresh pears work well, too.
Yes, this is the real deal. No added sugar. No added salt. Nothing that’s harmful. Just apples and a little apple juice concentrate with a pinch of spice. A scrumptious alternative to butter for your morning toast.