Soup Diet

Chances are that at some point in time you may have known somebody who tried a soup diet, whether it was the cabbage soup diet, the vegetable soup diet, the chicken soup diet,  the Campbell soup diet or the 7 days soup diet.

Does a Soup Diet Work?

A cabbage soup programme is based on a fat-burning soup that contains negligible calories, the more you eat, the more you lose, but how can you only be eating soup? Where does nutrition come in? How long can you maintain it for? If you are going to be dieting, one of the main things that you are probably interested in is making sure that you keep the weight off after you have lost it.

Best to go with a balanced diet and focus on “feeding your body” rather than “starving it”. Change eating habits gradually so that you can keep the weight off. Consume less calories than your total active metabolic rate (AMR) =xxxx in order to burn the stored fat instead but without cutting out the following:- Enough protein to provide for muscle growth and general energy.- Enough vitamins and minerals to keep us healthy. – Enough essential fatty acids for a healthy working body. Enough Carbohydrates (you still need Carbs for your general energy source).

Herbalife have introduced a new soup for use a healthy and hot snack during the day or as an appetiser before lunch or dinner. High in protein and fibre to keep you fuller for longer. It’s calorie-controlled at only 104 kcal.  Herbalife Gourmet Tomato Soup is savoury and hot and ideal for the winter months.

Use soup as healthy snack, and an alternative to the many carb based snacks lining the supermarket shelves.

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