Fiesta Shrimp Omelet

Serves 1 / When you crave a gourmet breakfast, try this simple dish with fresh herbs and low-fat, quick-cooking shrimp. Shrimp, like other shellfish, contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are good for the heart and help lower blood pressure. View recipe.

Broccoli, Fennel, and Mache Salad with Rosemary Dressing

Serves 4–6 / This recipe, developed by Dennis Gale Malone, Ornish’s chef and dietary lifestyle educator, combines antioxidant-rich pomegranates, heart-healthy walnuts and flax, and phytochemically blessed broccoli and blueberries. Serve it with a wild rice pilaf for a simple lunch. View recipe.

White Bean, Tomato, and Arugula Sandwich

Serves 4 / Beans, whole grains, and garlic excel at lowering blood cholesterol levels, and tomatoes boast heart-healthy antioxidants. View recipe.

Halibut tacos with red, white, and green salsa

Serves 4-6 / What really makes this dish taste special is the sweet and spicy salsa. And it's healthy: The halibut adds heart-healthy omega-3 fats, while watermelon contains lycopene, a carotenoid antioxidant reputed to have anticancer properties. View recipe.

Raw avocado and Cucumber Soup

Serves 4 / This creamy, satisfying soup preserves the heart-healthy oils found in avocados and almonds. View recipe.

Lentil-Vegetable Stew

Serves 6 / Banish the cold weather with this versatile stew, packed with heart-healthy fiber, vitamin C, folate, vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins. View recipe.

Carrot-Apple Slaw with Cranberries and Pumpkin Seeds

Serves 8 / A fantastic alternative to mayonnaise-based slaws, this colorful side dish is full of vitamins, fiber, and heart-healthy unsaturated fat. Serve cold or at room temperature. View recipe.