Slow but oh-so-good cooking. That’s what this vegetarian chili’s all about. Want to add leftover shredded roasted chicken or turkey breast? Go right ahead. Poultry- or veggie-style, it’s a wonderful one-pot dish for chilly winter evenings or party nights in front of the T.V.
Bye bye burgers! Who needs ‘em when you’ve got one of Chef Anthony’s Spinach & Artichoke Wraps? They’re perfect for on-the-go living.
Watch out for store-bought “light” dressings. They may be light on calories, but sodium counts can be scary. A serving of Wishbone’s Light Italian Dressing, for example, has 340 mg of sodium. That’s the same as a large bag of McDonald’s French Fries! Our Pritikin dressing has 0 sodium.
Start dinner with a big leafy green salad. Toss in other low-calorie-dense delights you may have on hand, like sliced cucumber and tomatoes, and certainly, experiment with more creative season-fresh choices like winter arugula, persimmons, even fruit like pears. The more fresh salad you eat, the less room there is for calorie-dense fare!
Do be mindful of the salad dressing you’re using. It can make or break your weight-loss goals. Pour gobs of fat-laden dressing on a salad and you’re eating the caloric equivalent of a double cheeseburger.
Pritikin’s Horseradish-Balsamic Vinaigrette is very low in calories and so simple to make.
Don’t harm your arteries or weight-loss efforts with traditional stuffing packed with calorie-dense and saturated-fat-rich ingredients like butter and sausage. Instead, enjoy this savory delight from the award-winning chefs at the renowned Pritikin health resort.
Indulge yourself with Caribbean Chowder, a zesty mingling of seafood, veggies, and spices like chipotle.
Homemade sauces are especially helpful if you’re trying to cut down on sodium. A typical serving of store-bought BBQ sauce, for example, has 500mg of sodium and often more. Our recipe has just 15mg.