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... Relevant here is that the soup has to be a certain pH level. When my friend altered the recipe to obtain that level, it rendered the stuff absolutely tasteless. ... (17 replies)
... Yeah, stick with making your own and using veggies, barley, etc..all the good stuff. Don't buy canned soup because alot of them have soooo much sodium!!! Especially Campbell soups! ... (17 replies)
Soup at Night??
Aug 30, 2005
... There's nothing wrong with soup, really, depending on the soup. If it's a canned variety, it could be fairly high in sodium, which could cause bloating. ... (2 replies)

... Personally, I wouldn't call that very healthy. The thread started by talking about freshly made soup, so that's what I was talking about. I would only eat the packaged or canned stuff (even from the health food store) only in desperation. (17 replies)
... If someone is eating all prepared foods, it is difficult. I did that for many years . . . knowing where I could get what I viewed as relatively healthy fare, eating from the salad bar regularly . . . then I had a major health incident at age 42. When faced with that, you reprioritize your time. ... (20 replies)
... If its fresh, its good The more man interfears with it, the less likely it is to be good so Plenty of whole grains, 4 to 6 serves a day (wholemeal bread, wholegrain cereals, Allbran etc) No white rice, white bread, white pasta No sugar (5 replies)
... I also eat canned soup just about every day, usually chicken with lots of veggies. I feel the sodium and protein give me what I need during long walks. ... (5 replies)
... just bought two bags of mixed veggies for the price of 1 with a coupon. They have corn,carrots,peas in them. They are really good microwaved or throw them into a soup to add extra nutrition. If you can't afford fresh veggies then frozen or canned are your only other option. Try not to think about if you like them or not. ... (97 replies)
... I see that no one's posted in a few days, so here's what I typically eat each day: Breakfast is 1 cup oatbran flakes cereal with cut-up fruit such as banana or strawberries, or sometimes I have oatmeal, with 1/2-1 cup 1% milk. Lunch is usually a cup of soup (such as Health Valley organic veggie soup), a piece of whole wheat bread with 1 Tlb. of peanut butter, and an apple.... (30 replies)
... I just wanted to point out that many canned soups like Progresso contain MSG, I just learned that last week, I don't know about Campbells and Prego. ... (10 replies)
... I would replace the shakes with real food in the manner of your dinner meals adding more veggies. Watch out for the sodium in canned soups as they will make you retain fluids. I would add weights right now since muscle burns fat even while sleeping. ... (3 replies)
... In terms of current regulations, canned products must be a certain pH presumably because of safety concerns. But the pH level renders just about everything tasteless . . . unless you add salt. ... (16 replies)
... Actually I did try a can of "no salt" soup and was grossed out. And so I added regular table salt, but that didn't even help. Blah! Yeh, cardboard is a good description. ... (11 replies)
Chinese Food
Oct 16, 2003
... o cover bland flavors, is not exclusive to chinese restaurants, but is a common trait of not very good restaurants. The traditional american roadside diner uses canned sauces and veggies for almost every dish, and these are often heavily doctored products. ... (9 replies)




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