Souping vs Juicing

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Jessica Crandall takes a look at souping vs. juicing.

Soup regimens can pack in more protein than juices if they include hearty blends made with beans, lentils, or nuts. However, if the majority of the soups are vegetable-based, like the carrot, cauliflower, and pumpkin purees that are popular in online delivery programs, you’ll still fall far short of your protein goals.

Bottom line: Souping doesn’t deliver any benefits you won’t already get from a generally healthy diet, but if it incorporating more soup into your diet helps you eat more vegetables and plant-based proteins, then keep dishing it up.

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