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.
Our Pritikin Braised Cabbage is a budget-friendly side, main dish, or snack that contains all the zing and nutritional goodness of this humble dish but without the artery-stoppers that often accompany it, like butter and beef. Cook up a big batch on Sunday, and enjoy it all week long.
Double or triple the batch of these bean burgers and freeze them for easy lunches, dinners, and snacks in the future. When you’re enjoying bean burgers, you’re not only saving yourself from the plaque-building saturated fat of regular hamburgers, you’re also improving your heart health because beans, all beans, are rich in soluble fiber, which actively lowers blood cholesterol.