Sweet and spicy cabbage soup
Hot peppers are a good choice because they speed up the metabolism, and apple cider vinegar helps regulate blood sugar. Chicken is rich in protein and cabbage is rich in fiber.
Kale and pea soup
Try this light soup that is packed with protein and plant fiber. In addition, kale is considered a valuable vegetable. They are quite nutritious – 100 g contains even 70 kcal. Cabbage is rich in vitamin C, beta carotene, calcium, and iron.
Tahini, or sesame seed paste, is high in protein and calcium. Peas are also a good choice as they are rich in plant protein and keep you full for longer. Well, lemon juice will add a savory taste and help burn fat.
Ginger tomato and lentil soup
Lentils, like beans, provide long-lasting satiety, are high in fiber, and help control appetite. Ginger is a good winter spice, burns fat, speeds up metabolism, controls blood sugar.
Bolivian chicken and pigeon soup
This is a nutritious and vitamin-rich soup. Bolivian pigeon porridge contains a lot of protein, amino acids, good fats, and fiber, so the dish provides long-lasting satiety and is ideal for vegetarians and vegans.
This simple vegetable not only protects against cancer, clears the skin, preserves youth, prevents heart disease, but also cleanses the body. Try it out!
Pumpkin and corn soup
In the pumpkin we can find many vitamins (A, K and C), minerals (zinc, magnesium, potassium), which have a great effect on the skin, moisturizing and nourishing. It also promotes hair growth. Beta carotene and antioxidants hidden in this king of vegetables save us from the sun and the harmful effects of the environment.
Tomatoes are easy to digest and rich in vitamin C, iron, potassium, carotene and phosphorus.
Yellow pepper soup
Peppers are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants lycopene, carotene, vitamins B and C. And the soup certainly does not make the stomach heavy.
Creamy spinach and mushroom soup
Spinach is a rich source of iron and calcium. This leafy vegetable will give the soup a unique and light taste.