Fat Grams in Soups & Stews
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Commercially Prepared Soups, Stews Excessive in Sodium Content, Low in Calories
While commercially prepared soups and stews tend to be relatively low in dietary fat grams, they are spiked with sodium content which can blow your figure up to the Giant Marshmallow Man size - and who wants that?
However, if you aren't sensitive to the effects of sodium in the daily diet, then go for it - and enjoy a serving before you even touch your meal plate for both lunch and dinner.
For some reason, soup just isn't appealing at the breakfast hour - but why gooey and runny eggs are, who knows? They just seem right for early morning dining for some odd reason. We-humans are indeed a little crazy at times.
Tips for Using Canned Soup to Prepare a Meal
The commercially prepared soups can also assist in pulling a meal together quite quickly.
Recipe for Quick Chicken & Pasta OR Chicken & Rice
If you have pasta or rice - add Cream of Chicken OR Cream of Mushroom soup along with a pan-roasted chicken - or other protein and some sauteed vegetables, and you'll have a hearty, low calorie meal.
Tomato Soup & Cheese Sandwiches
An old-time favorite of kids and adults alike. It's comfort food - and when you use reduced fat cheese in your sandwich, brown or yellow mustard as your spread - and add lots of fresh crisp vegetables - you have a very healthy meal for your weight loss plan.
Fatty Acids in Soups & Stews
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