A taste of the Caribbean makes its way to Protective Diet plates around the world with Jamaican Jerk Cutlets. Serve this classic grilled specialty layered with Mango Salsa, Summertime BBQ Beans and Indian Rice. Cutlets are part of the growing evolution of Protective Diet’s innovative ability to create plant-based global comfort food favorites using low-fat oil-free whole food ingredients. Optimal health is easy to achieve and maintain when we have many familiar looking and tasting choices to please our family and friends. A Protective Diet is becoming more and more exciting with every passing week filled with exciting new recipes and innovative cooking techniques.
I have lost 75lbs since starting the Protective Diet (PD) in July ‘13. My total weight loss has been 100Lb since becoming vegan in Nov. ‘12. Before PD I was pre-diabetic, had a high liver count, high cholesterol and acid reflex. I was on medicine for acid reflex and my doctor wanted to put me… Read more or comment “Maria A.”
When I started PD in April of this year, I thought I’d just begin to integrate it into our way of eating, just doing the best I could using the free recipes. Then as I did this, I found that I wanted some of the Premium Recipes. I decided to subscribe for the premium membership.… Read more or comment “Rosa Lee”
It is amazing how much better healthy food can taste when its prepared the right way. I enjoyed an outstanding Thursday night Football dinner with Julie and Jerry and was pleasantly surprised by how tasty their healthy food is. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and cooking for me Julie!
I just realized I forgot to post Mike and my progress from our first 30 days back on PD. Mike is down 15 lbs, I am down 13 lbs. Mike’s BP is back in the normal range, he is off Nexium for heartburn/reflux. He is having normal BM’s 2-3x a day. He has more energy… Read more or comment “I love PD”
Three months ago I added Day Fasting and Feasting to my 3 year PD practice. I was so intrigued when Julie started telling us about it and all the possible benefits it could bring. I began with skipping breakfast ( so approximately 16 hours of fasting, then eating lunch and dinner). Before the first… Read more or comment “A new twist!”