Ask Dr. Renee Reviews Smart Soup
I am sure many of you have a New Year’s Resolution to LOSE WEIGHT. Well I am taking that journey with you. I am a busy woman and I cook most of my meals during the week. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard about Smart Soup. I can stick to my resolution but have a quick easy meal. This soup tastes like I made it myself. I have never been so impressed with some ready made soup that you can pop in the microwave and serve. Smart Soup is made of REAL INGREDIENTS… let me elaborate on that. The first soup I tried was Santa Fe Corn Chowder and the ingredient list is as follows: Vegetable Stock (water, onions, celery, carrots, sea salt, garlic, spices), corn potatoes, onions, tomato paste, (tomatoes, salt) black beans, diced tomatoes (tomatoes, tomato juice, sea salt), red peppers, green chile, celery, cilantro, lime juice, garlic, olive oil, chill powder, (spices, salt), spices, sea salt. Did you realize that you knew all of those ingredients without looking them up online? This is why the soup tastes homemade. The nutritional value is amazing also because it is all natural NO PRESERVATIVES. As a doctor you know it is my concern that food is nutritious, if I am going to endorse it as well as delicious. The American Heart Association certified Smart Soup, which means that it is recommended for a heart healthy diet. The soups are gluten free, cholesterol free, and vegan.
The Story Behind Smart Soup
Anne Chong Hill was diagnosed with hypertension and she decided to take her health into her own hands. She wanted the soups to be delicious and nutritious. She then decided to launch Smart Soup so that she could share her soups with everyone. Smart Soup has the same philosophy that I have, you do not have to sacrifice taste for nutritional benefit.
Preparation Of Smart Soup
Smart Soup can be prepared on stovetop or in the microwave. The soups come in a box and the soup is in a plastic bag you defrost and then cut it open and warm it up. It is found in the freezer section at Whole Foods, Costco and Kroger in the United States. There are several varieties: Greek Minestrone, Santa Fe Corn Chowder, Indian Bean Masala, Thai Coconut Curry, French Lentil, Vietnamese Carrot Lemongrass, Moroccan Chick Pea.
To help address the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s post-holiday need, for every box sold in Chicago, Smart Soup will donate the funds to feed a meal to a hungry Chicagoan. Smart Soups are available at Chicago area Costco stores. The “buy one, give one” initiative will be launching January 1 and will continue until February 28, 2015.
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