Saturday, October 11, 2008

Negative Calorie Soup | Negative Calorie Foods Diet | Negative Calorie Diet Soup

Negative Calorie Diet Soup

A lot of diets recently have been taking a book from the page of the Negative calorie foods diet. Diets like the Cabbage Soup Diet borrow from the principle of negative calories, and it's the cabbage soup diet in particular that has a lot of people interested in finding a quality negative calorie soup. While it's nearly impossible to make a soup that is completely negative calorie (at least one worth eating) a hearty soup full of negative calorie foods can keep the belly full while burning off nearly all the calories that you eat. It's a great way to lsoe weight while avoiding starving yourself and having to deal with that pesky appetite that will keep cropping up in most low calorie diets.

The way to make a low calorie, or even negative calorie diet soup is simple: make a basic vegetable broth for the soup, no meat, and add in a wide array of negative calorie and low calorie foods. These can be carrots, celery, mushrooms, bell peppers, fresh green beans, tomatoes, beets, cabbage, and other similar foods. Spice it up with a lot of garlic, pepper, and other seasonings (although try to lay off the salts). You can even throw in some cayenne seasoning for a little extra kick. The more different seasonings, flavors, and veggies you have in your negative calorie diet soup, the more likely you are to enjoy it and be able to enjoy the negative calorie diet by extension.

There are several places to find recipes for negative calorie soup. There are books, there's the common negative calorie e-book that is available online, and then there's the cabbage soup diet. The reason you can eat an unlimited amount of the soup in the negative calorie soup diet is that the soup in this diet is a negative calorie soup. Otherwise the cabbage soup diet wouldn't make any sense at all.

There is no single one recipe for negative calorie soup. Basically look at the list of foods that are options, use some common sense, and the rest should be easy.

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