Weight-Loss Cabbage Soup

Similar to other cruciferous vegetables, cabbage has many health benefits.   

The USDA reports that 1 cup of raw cabbage delivers 41% of your daily vitamin C and 2.5 grams of fiber, which will aid digestion.   

It's crucial to chop and prepare the vegetables before cooking. We provide simple instructions for preparing onions, bell peppers, garlic, cabbage, and tomatoes to improve your knife skills   

Some veggies can be prepped a day ahead and refrigerated in sealed containers to save time.   

Your pantry's dried oregano, basil, thyme, sage, and rosemary can be used to produce Italian spice. Keep in an airtight jar for 6 months.   

Starting the cabbage soup diet will make you crave lots of cabbage soup. It's easy to prepare beforehand.   

This soup can be made 4 days ahead and refrigerated or frozen for 3 months. Before storage, split it into separate serving sizes for easy access.   

Cabbage soup diet recipes all contain cabbage. Cabbage is low in calories and high in fiber, so it helps keep you full.    

Cabbage tastes milder than cruciferous vegetables like kale and broccoli.   

It goes well with nonstarchy vegetables like peppers, celery, and carrots in low-calorie soups.   

This cabbage soup diet recipe has a brothy base to cut calories. Low-sodium broth and a little salt limit sodium in this recipe.   

White wine vinegar balances tastes with a hint of tanginess.   

All components from above: 1 diced medium onion, 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 chopped medium carrots 2 chopped celery stalks 1 chopped medium red bell pepper 2 minced garlic cloves 8 cups low-sodium   


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