Many people think they’re doing everything right to lower cholesterol, and a lot of what they’re doing is right. They’re ordering egg-white omelettes and fish. They’ve cut out butter, cheese, and beef. They drink nonfat milk. This is all fantastic. But there’s one thing they haven’t done, and many nutrition scientists believe it’s the most important thing of all.
Top Tips For Living a Long, Healthy Life They come from many departments at Pritikin – medical, nutrition, exercise, food services, administration, sales, and housekeeping. They all have one thing in common. They’re passionately Pritikin. Get their top tips for living both long and well. Jose (Pepe) Fernandez, Food Service 35 Years at Pritikin Pepe’s…
To help lower risk of heart attacks and strokes, trade processed, refined grains like white flour and white rice for more whole grains. To get more whole grains into your life, here are five simple tips.
You’ve dropped a lot of weight, you’re feeling great, but then, the plateau hits. Weeks go by and the scale doesn’t budge. Here are science-based strategies for beating weight-loss plateaus from the faculty at the Pritikin Longevity Center.
Tired of relying on mega-doses of pills to lower your LDL cholesterol? These 7 dietary and lifestyle strategies can be very effective for lowering cholesterol naturally.
There’s no question that epidemic numbers of Americans are struggling with obesity and health issues like high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and diabetes. What is questionable is how to attack the problem. New science sheds new light.
Dry grains like cold cereals, breads, bagels, cereal bars, and muffins are dense with calories. Per bite, you’re taking in a lot of calories, which means that by the time you’ve eaten enough to feel full, you’ve probably eaten more calories than you would have liked. That’s why half a box of Cheerios (and its 700+ calories) can disappear so quickly!
What do you do when the scale hasn’t moved for a very long time? Get tips from the faculty at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, Florida, for breaking through weight-loss plateaus. Tip No. 1 is: Keep up the motivation, but tone down the tension.
First off, keep in mind that slips, those times when you “rebel” against healthy new habits, are a normal part of lifestyle change. More than 99% of people who are shedding pounds and becoming more physically active have slips. When we start anything new, from learning to ski to ordering healthfully in restaurants, we’re going to stumble.
You’re exercising, you’re on the Pritikin Eating Plan, and you’ve lost a bunch of weight over the last few months, but now you’ve plateaued. What happened? What’s the solution? Get our top 10 tips for breaking through a weight-loss plateau. Tip No. 1 is: Fill up on water-rich, fiber-rich foods.