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Hi There! Have you been trying to lose weight? You must try this fat burning soup.
I gained lot of post pregnancy weight that I was having difficulty shedding. I tried working out and dieting. I wasn’t able to follow through for too long, so I started looking for alternative methods that I could use to burn the calories and boost metabolism.
While researching online, I came across variety of fat burning soups. I tried this one and loved it.
Since then I try to follow a healthy regimen that helps me keep off weight and stay fit. My Fitness Planner helps me keep track of my weight loss goals and my diet. I even drink enough amount of water everyday with my planner.
This one is 12 week fitness planner, so I am able to organize my fitness routine for a few months in advance. Meal Planner helps me plan my meal planning ahead of time. I can make healthy choices, and save money on groceries by purchasing the items I need for the week.
There is a reason this is called fat burning soup.
This soup is a healthy combination of carrots, bell peppers, celery, cauliflower, cabbage etc and makes a great soup to burn fat and lose weight. It helps you burn calories and flush out toxins.
You can eat as much of this as you want to, without feeling guilty.
I use variety of different vegetables every time I make it. You can skip or add as many veggies as you want. Must use ingredients for this soup are celery, cabbage and cauliflower, because these are negative calorie vegetables and help in reducing body fat.
I try to eat it two or three times a week, mostly for lunch. What’s great about this soup is that I love it’s taste!
Have you tried any food combinations that you like to lose weight or stay fit?
Fat Burning Soup Recipe
- Yield: 20 Servings
- Dice the vegetables and put them in a pot. Fill the pot with water. Add or reduce the amount of water as per your taste or how thick you want your soup to be.
- Boil for ten minutes, then simmer till the vegetables are tender. Season as you go along.