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Top 5 Reasons to Eat Soup 1. Soup helps keep your New Year’s resolutions on track. Broth-based soups packed with vegetables are the perfect way to 2. Soup is quick and easy and perfect for leftovers. Making a big batch of soup on the weekend is an easy way.

Soups can help you stave off cold and flu, and they’re a great antidote for times when you are sick, too! Most soups are loaded with disease-fighting nutrients. In fact, studies show that chicken soup in particular can help prevent the common cold, especially if you load it up with fresh garlic, onions, celery and carrots. 10 reasons to eat more soup 1. Soup is warming 8 quick and easy soup recipes The 10 most filling low calorie foods 10 ways to eat well on a 2. Soup can provide several of your five-a-day If you find chewing through plates of steamed or roasted vegetables and 3. Soup is super-hydrating Drinking. 5 reasons to eat more soup 1. Soup is a great way to boost the amount of vegetables you eat Most of us do not eat our daily recommended amount of 2. Soup is a great way to manage your weight Studies show soup can be a powerful tool when managing weight.

Soup 3. Here are a few reasons why I think soup is so great. Warming. On a cold winter day, nothing sounds better than a warm bowl of soup.

Filling. If you skip the cream-based and cheese-based soups, soup tends to provide satiety with fewer calories than other forms of food. Easy way to eat your veggies. 1. It warms you up. A bowl of thick soup is certainly heartwarming.

If you struggle to stay comfortable in cool weather, though, the trick to warm fingers and toes might lie in a bowl of soup. A bowl of soup provides a good balance of carbohydrates, protein and fats as well as the vitamins and minerals to keep us active all day. It is a versatile food, that can be put together any ingredient in your kitchen. All you need is some veggies, some chicken or vegetable stock, and blender, you are set to make your soup. 1.

7. Soup literally makes you feel better. Did you know that smelling the steam from a bowl of soup can help clear up your sinuses? Also, studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center propose that there is a connection between eating chicken noodle soup and recovering from the common cold! 9. It’s a drink and a meal all at the same time!

We consulted the Corpus Of Contemporary American English, a database of language usage that culls everything from TV transcripts to academic journals to tabloid newspapers.According to it, the verbs most associated with soup were, overwhelmingly, “eat” and “have.” After that, there is a wide gulf in frequency before you get to “drink,” “sip,” and “slurp,” way down in that. Top 5 Reasons to Eat Barley. It is versatile: I grew up with barley mainly included in lamb, vegetable and barley soup (still a favourite by the way, thanks Mum!).

Soups aren’t the only place to find it though. Barley can be used in salads, instead of rice, as part of some breakfast cereals, breads and wraps, or as a porridge in the morning.

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Because in my whole life, I never ate soup.

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Soup is an essential

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Soup seemed an ideal food for three reasons: it was nutritious, inexpensive, and easy to make in large quantities.

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2. to pushair out from your mouth Blow on your soup if it’s too hot.

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This soup is especially useful during the transition from autumn to winter and during the flu season to prevent getting sick.

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Soup tastes very well without it.

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Soup is meant to be eaten quietly.

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1, Taste: Sip the soup, relishing the fresh flavors.

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The article was published in 1978, in the journal Chest, and its title is almost as delicious as the soup itself: “Effects of Drinking Hot Water, Cold Water, and Chicken Soup on Nasal Mucus Velocity and Nasal Airflow Resistance.”

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it stems from the story of two strangers forced to share a restaurant table: one peppers his soup; this causes him to sneeze, whereupon his spectacles fall into the soup.

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  • Omg im starting a soup diet!! The beast thing ive started!
    My favourte is “chopped carrots, onions, zucchini, capsicum, tamatoes, garlic, ginger, red chilli” with chilli powder and mixed herbs and lemon all boiled with water ONLy! No oil at all!

    I fucking love it, soo tasty!

  • tfw people actually believe corona came from eating a sick bat……it’s a bat and snake only virus, someone fucked a bat or a snake, AIDS used to be gorilla exclusive

  • Can we talk about foods that might actually kill you like an undercooked clam chowder or salmonella chicken with rice? NEVER EVER eating fatty soups is dumb. We’re not all on a diet.

  • Keto bad…no….keto good….all about the fats…no!…it all about carbs…nah its the sugars….����how about find whats best for you, because not one lifestyle works for everyone, shut up about what diet is better, and live your life!! ✌

  • I enjoy your videos. I downloaded your booklet: MY FAVORITE HEALTHY RECIPES AND COCKTAILS! Many of the recipes call for olive oil which surprised me as I thought that processed oils were to be eliminated on a Nutritarian diet. I’m confused.

  • Yeah, why isn’t this titled “soups to avoid if you’re on low calorie, low carb or low fat diets”. Never say never!

    Some people actually NEED calorie dense or fatty foods due to nutritional or fatty acid deficiencies.

  • Just make chicken stock and add whatever you want. Or, if you’re poor, or vegan, make mushroom broth and add whatever you want. Meat of course being a obvious choice. Skim fat. But usually add fat as well. Soup is probably the best way to consume food. When you eat soup, the material is much more broken down making it easier to digest, you lose very few nutrients when compared with other cooking styles, particularly for vegetables, you typically add a ton of free heat to your body, further boosting and aiding metabolic energy. Soup is the perfect fuel. As long as you have enough fiber in your diet. If not. Soup is easy to pass through you digestive tract as well. I love making soup more than anything else I cook. Soup for everyone I says!

  • As a Minnesotan my whole life I have never heard of cream of mushroom as a Lutheran Binder. Or even mentioned outside of being used as gravy

  • my darling, reason 2 and reason 1 collide a little bit… using the lid while making the soup? yes, of course, but warming it up in the microwave? No, or you’ll lose more than leaving the lid on in the other reason.. just an advice, I know it’s not easy, but try to avoid microwaves, they’re harmful!

  • I would never warm up in microwave… it tastes nasty after:-! also I pretty much dislike veggies, I live in cold climate, so I eat lot of meat and fatty foods, but soups with this style is still great:P

  • I’m over here tryna persuade my mom not to make me eat soup so I search up reasons why you should not eat soup then the first thing I see is this

  • There was a law in Maine that chowder must be white and cannot be red. I make mine Fick with lots of fish or clams. Serve with crusty bread and dill pickles.

  • Not everyone has to worry about calories and FAT has been proven to be good for you. FAT fills a person up and keeps the person full longer so they aren’t eating 2 hours later. Your health views are outdated. I bet you still warn people that eggs have too much cholesterol.

  • I love soup…i made 5l of different soup every day for a fortnight. I have plenty of goodies in my freezer now! I have a favourite though…it keeps making an appearance…Moroccan Chickpea and Broad Bean with Harissa, Parsley and Lemon. We can trade recipes!

  • Made 8 veggie + cabbage/tomatoes/black bean soup. Used the Engine 2 Veggie Stock. Excellent. YOU have me cooking. I do not cook. LOVE your channel! Thanks for such great energy and passion about the ETL plan!

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  • You sound like you have a British accent. Good to know propaganda from WWII from British spies is still going strong. Carrots are no better than having a balanced diet. Carrots don’t improve vision. The only time they help is if a person is suffering from malnutrition. Than they can stop the degradation of eyesight and the body.