The Health-Boosting
Benefits of Fine Soups


Soup’s health-boosting benefits are rich and varied. In fact, eating more soup is a viable gateway to improving your overall health.


How the Superiority of Soup
Can Boost Your Overall Health


The superiority of soup...

  •  Helps you achieve and maintain a sexy      figure
  •  Makes it easy to eat lots of vegetables              and herbs    
  •  Helps you build a strong and healthy  immune system 
  •  Provides you with more energy to do the  things you love 
  •  Helps you maintain good health, prevents  illness, and slows aging 


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How Soup Aids Weight Loss

Ever wish for a little extra help? A secret weapon, perhaps, to help you lose weight?

A method that doesn't make you feel deprived? Soup can be your friend if you are wanting to lose weight.

The high water content and fiber-rich vegetables found in warm, broth-based soups team together to make you feel full and more satisfied for longer periods. And when you feel full you are less likely to binge on less healthful foods.

Eating more soup packed with health-boosting benefits makes it easier for you to stay on track — you easily take in more nutrients and eat fewer calories.


Strengthens Your Immune System

Among soup's health-boosting benefits is its ability to help you build a strong and healthy immune system.

Our bodies have even been shown to heal faster when nourished with soup. And because the life-giving nutrition of soup doesn't requiring much energy to digest, it's a great food for people recuperating from an illness.

As soup boosts our immunity, it helps us maintain health, prevents illness, and slows the aging process.



Fights Aging
with Nutrient-Dense Vegetables and Herbs


Gaze into a bowl filled with delicious soup and you'll spot colorful bites of health-boosting ingredients.

But to more fully appreciate their goodness, let's take a closer look at some vegetables and herbs commonly found in soup.

  • Carrots offer many protective health benefits. High in fiber and low in calories, carrots are a natural weight-loss food. They are also one of our best sources of beta carotene and have been found to ward off cancers, heart disease, cataracts, and strokes.


  • Tomatoes are rich in health-promoting lycopene, vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin K. Tomatoes are one of our best sources of the antioxidant lycopene which has been shown to be very protective against cancer and heart disease.

  • Beans are a rich source of protein, fiber, and B vitamin folate. Studies have shown the regular consumption of beans to decrease one’s risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and many cancers. Eating more beans can also prove helpful in achieving and maintaining your desired weight attributed at least in part because of their high protein, high fiber, and low fat content.


  • Onions provide protection for the heart and blood vessels, lower our risk of several types of cancer, and can help increase our bone density. They also provide us with anti-inflammatory benefits and are useful in helping prevent bacterial infections.


  • Herbs and Spices are especially helpful in boosting brain power and fighting aging. In fact, many of the culinary herbs most commonly used in the preparation of soups - oregano, rosemary, sage, thyme, and parsley - are also among the most beneficial for good health.

 

Whole cloves, nutmeg, and black peppercorns



Did you know that spices such as cloves, nutmeg, and even black pepper have health-boosting benefits for your brain too?


Health-Boosting Benefit:
More Energy to Do the Things You Love


The superiority of soup builds a strong defense against disease, helps the body release excess weight, and increases life span. With improved health and vitality comes increased energy and a greater sense of well-being and overall happiness.


Embrace the warming goodness of soup…

                      and start your journey to more

                                       abundant health today.





Bibliography

Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., Julie, and Krystle McNeal, R.D. "All About Beans." NDSU Agriculture. Last modified November 2013. http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/yf/foods/fn1643.pdf.

"Health Benefits of Eating Carrots — Why Are Carrots Good for You?" Heal Your Body With Food and Optimal Nutrition | HealWithFood.org. Accessed June 11, 2015. http://www.healwithfood.org/health-benefits/eating-carrots.php.

"Onions." The World's Healthiest Foods. Accessed June 18, 2015. http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=45.

"Tomatoes Health Benefits." Natural Health Benefits - More Energy|Less Stress|Better Health. Accessed June 11, 2015. http://www.naturalhealthbenefits.org/tomatoes/.

Zayed, Dr. Ahmed. "Spices and Herbs That Boost Brain Power." Your Trusted Source For Good Health - ConsumerHealthDigest.com. Last modified October 18, 2014. https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/brain-health/spices-and-herbs-that-boost-brain-power.html.

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