Join Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, FACC, FAHA, FASH, FNLA, Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Tulane University Heart and Vascular Institute and Ian de Boer, MD, MS, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology Adjunct Associate Professor, Epidemiology at the University of Washington as they review current guidelines, barriers in hypertension and diabetes management, and clinical solutions to reduce those barriers.
Brighten up your breakfast with these flavorful omelets, full of fresh vegetables, fragrant basil, and pungent feta cheese. Ingredients Servings 4, Serving Size 1/2 omelet, Prep Time 10 minutes, Cooking Time 10 minutes 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon canola or corn oil, divided use 1 cup grape tomatoes, halved 1 cup baby spinach 6
This recipe takes the classic pork shoulder dish (pernil) and makes it healthier by using pork tenderloin instead of pork shoulder. You’ll still taste the amazing Cubano flavor. Ingredients Servings 4, Serving Size 3 oz pork, Prep Time 25 minutes, Marinating Time 20 minutes, Cooking Time 15–20 minutes Mojo Marinade 2 navel oranges, peeled
The taste of delicate sugar snap peas teamed with fresh lemon and mint is definitely a harbinger of spring. Serve them with grilled or broiled lamb chops or fish fillets. Ingredients Servings 5, Serving Size 1/2 cup, Prep Time 5 minutes, Cooking Time 5 minutes 8 oz sugar snap peas, trimmed 1/2 teaspoon grated
Fresh basil flavors every spoonful of this smooth soup that can be served warm or chilled. The leeks offer a more subtle taste than onions, but either will work. Try this bisque with a low-fat grilled cheese sandwich on whole-grain bread for a light lunch. Ingredients Servings 8, Serving Size 3/4 cup, Prep Time
This creamy dip gets a surprising bit of bite from a small amount of horseradish. And it’s loaded with tasty morsels of artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted red bell peppers, and green onions, making it a breeze to sneak some extra vegetables into your diet. Serve it with whole-grain pita chips or raw vegetables for dipping,
Tender baked fish fillets are topped with a sauce that starts with the “holy trinity” of onion, celery, and bell pepper, then builds flavor with the addition of tomatoes, green onions, capers, and a touch of hot-pepper sauce. Serve this with brown or wild rice and a dark green leafy salad. Ingredients Servings 4,