Fall brings a change in leaves, shorter days, cooler temps and a whole slew of freshly harvested healthy fall vegetables. One of my favorite things about fall and all of its treasures is making delicious, nutrient dense soups. Soups are a great low-calorie, nutritious and filling option for staying healthy through the fall and winter.
|Roasted Beet Soup
Beets are high in immune-boosting vitamin C, fiber, and manganese, which is good for your liver, kidneys, and pancreas.
|Sweet Potato and White Bean Soup
This soup is free from dairy and gluten, and the white beans add body and protein without distracting from the rich sweet potato flavor.
|Carrot Ginger Lentil
This soup is deliciously creamy and completely vegan. It is loaded with nutrients – one serving of lentils has 18g of protein and 12g of fiber!
|Super Immune Boosting Soup
This green soup is full of Iron, Vitamin C, B, Copper, and Calcium. The garlic can reduce the symptoms of a cold and ginger brings down inflammation in the body.
Lentils are a great source of fiber, protein and are a low-calorie food. They help control weight management, lower the risk of cancer, aid in digestion, boost metabolism, and help control diabetes.