Soup is good for weight loss. It leaves you feeling full and satisfied very quickly. On top of that, you’ll likely use up far fewer calories in your day than if you ate a standard meal. That is if you avoid the bread and crackers that you can also fill up on with soup!
But you can also maximize your weight loss potential thanks to certain ingredients. By adding the right types of ingredients, you will improve your metabolic rate and create a better fat burning system within your body.
It’s not that difficult. In fact, you’re likely already making some of the most common fat burning recipes already – or you’ve considered them without really thinking about it. If you need a little help, here are 10 fat burning soup recipes that you should try from today. It doesn’t matter what season it is; these recipes are worth trying.
Have you ever heard of the Cabbage Soup Diet? This is one of those highly restrictive crash diets that people tried over and over again in the 80s and 90s. Celebrities followed it over and over again, sharing that they only ate cabbage soup for days at a time and lost 10-20lbs within a few short weeks.
Well, we’re not asking you to follow the restrictive and somewhat dangerous cabbage soup diet. What we are asking you to do is add a cabbage soup recipe to your list of fat burning soups. This recipe is the best one.
- 5 carrots, peeled and chopped
- 3 onions, chopped
- 2 cans of whole tomatoes
- 1 cabbage head, chopped
- 1oz of dry onion soup mix
- 1 can of green beans, chopped and drained
- 2qts of tomato juice
- 2 bell peppers, diced (green is best for this)
- 10 celery stalks, chopped
- 1 can of beef or vegetable broth
- Place all the vegetables in a large pot and then add in all the liquids
- Simmer the soup until the vegetables are just tender
This is delicious when all the veg remains chunky. If you want to blend it, try only blending half of the mixture and keeping the rest chunky. You’ll get a better taste, and it will help to burn more fat. The chewing process helps to tell the body it’s time to eat and gets the metabolism working properly.
You can keep the recipe in the fridge for two or three days. It’s delicious reheated for lunch the next day!
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