Dana, nutritional information is actually provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if you would like to make changes to a specific recipe, I recommend using free online resources at your discretion (you can Google “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information. Hope that helps!
Cleansing, immune-boosting soup packed with all the good stuff (kale, mushrooms, celery, carrots, etc.) without compromising any taste!
My diet says no pasta. Would it be good without? How about replacing with Brown rice? If so for how long?
This soup was amazing. Only change I made was instead of kale I did spinach. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe.
For anyone saying this soup lacks flavor you are crazy and afraid of salt and pepper, this has to be one of the best soups I’ve ever eaten. Definitely one of the most flavorful. Salt and pepper people. Use it don’t be afraid of it.
This Detox Soup recipe is the kind of comforting meal I crave when I need some extra nutrients in my life. It’s so hearty and delicious, I could eat it practically every day!
Followed the directions Exactly to the letter, The soup is Damn Delicious . See what I did there…… I wouldn’t recommend changing it at all. Thanks for the recipe.
Garlic. In one 12-week study, a daily garlic supplement was shown to significantly reduce cold symptoms by nearly 70% compared to a placebo group. Other studies suggest that garlic supplementation is also helpful with lowering blood pressure. Ginger. Ginger is thought to aid in digestion and reduce bloating, and research suggests that it may also help to lower blood sugar levels. Turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, which is a powerful antioxidant that is thought to fight inflammation. Cilantro. Also known as coriander, this powerful herb may help with removing heavy metals from the body. Research suggests it may also help to improve memory and manage anxiety. Lentils. Lentils are rich in polyphenols, which may help to improve blood sugar. Lab tests also suggest that the polyphenols in lentils may help to slow or stop skin cancer growth. Lemon. Lemons are a source of vitamin C, providing about 31mg per lemon. (That’s about 51% of the reference daily intake (RDI).) Vitamin C may help to lower the risk of stroke and promote heart health.