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.
Bye bye burgers! Who needs ‘em when you’ve got one of Chef Anthony’s Hummus Wraps? They’re perfect for on-the-go living.
This Tropical Salsa recipe has just about everything that’s deliciously divine, from mangoes to pineapple, but absolutely nothing that’s bad for you. No salt, no added sugar, no waist-expanding oil or other fat. Wow!
Get loads of Caesar flavor, but for a fraction of the calories of regular dressing. For example, Newman’s Own® Caesar Dressing tallies up 150 calories per 2-tablespoon serving (and who’s eating just 2 tablespoons?). A serving of Pritikin Caesar Dressing is just 10 calories.
Raita is a South Asian yogurt-based condiment used as a sauce or dip as well as a salad dressing. It pairs well with greens, seafood, raw veggie appetizers like celery and radishes, and even as a sauce over lentils or brown rice.
Did you know that a typical Blood Mary cocktail packs in about 1,450 mg of sodium? That’s how much sodium most of us should top out at for the entire day! Our Pritikin Virgin Mary has just 60 mg of sodium, but lots of tomatoey-peppery zip.
When it comes to choosing an entree for dinner, the Pritikin Eating Plan advises skinless, white-meat turkey or chicken for two reasons. These sources of poultry are high in protein and at the same time, reasonably low in cholesterol and saturated fat. When it comes to making a rich and satisfying meatloaf dish that is healthy but still delectable, extra lean ground turkey is the way to go.