How to make a detox soup to lose weight
- Choosing ingredients
- Prohibited ingredients
- How to prepare
- How to finish
- Allowed quantity
- 3-day menu
- Indicated exercises
Taking this detox soup for dinner to lose weight is a great way to start a diet and accelerate weight loss, as it is low in calories, rich in fibers that facilitate digestion and give you a feeling of satiety. It also has antioxidant nutrients that detoxify the body and decrease fluid retention.
So, you should consume the detox soup for 3 days in a row at dinner time, and continue with a healthy diet for the following days, rich in fruits, vegetables and whole foods, such as rice, pasta, flour and whole grain cookies.
Here are tips for making a great detox soup and start your diet on the right foot.
The best ingredients for making a light and detox soup are leeks, also called leeks, tomatoes, peppers, parsley, celery, zucchini with peel, onion, cabbage, carrots, chayote and cabbage.
In detox soup, foods such as potatoes, beans, peas, soybeans, lentils, pasta and chickpeas are not allowed. Therefore, a tip to replace these ingredients and leave the soup with a thicker consistency is to use the apple.
How to prepare
To prepare the soup, choose 3 or 4 ingredients, varying the vegetables used the next day. During cooking, the soup should be left on low heat to keep all the nutrients in the vegetables.
In addition, the soup can be seasoned with aromatic herbs such as garlic, mint and basil, but it is not allowed to use meat or vegetable broths or salt.
How to finish
To finish the soup, add a teaspoon of olive oil and a pinch of salt. For those who like it, it is also allowed to add pepper to taste.
It is also important not to mash the soup, as chewing the vegetables makes the feeling of satiety last longer, helping to prevent hunger and the consumption of other foods.
Now, watch the full video that teaches you step by step how to make this delicious soup that helps you lose weight.
As the detox soup is rich in fiber and detoxifying vegetables, there are no limits on the amount consumed, being allowed to take as many dishes as you want.
In addition, during the diet it is important to avoid the consumption of sugar, white bread, cakes, sweets, stuffed cookies and foods high in fat, such as whole milk, sausage, sausage, bacon, fried food and frozen ready food.
The following table shows an example of the menu for making a 3-day detox diet with healthy soups and juices:
|Meal||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|Breakfast||Green juice made with 2 kale leaves + 1/2 tablespoon of grated ginger + 1 apple + 1 tablespoon of quinoa flakes + 200 ml of coconut water. Beat well and drink without straining.||Vegetable vitamin: 200 ml of vegetable milk + 1 banana + 1 slice of papaya + 1 col of flaxseed soup + 1 col of honey soup||Lemon juice with ginger + 1 slice of whole grain bread with egg fried in coconut oil|
|Morning snack||1 cup of Hibiscus tea||1 glass of lemon juice with unsweetened ginger||1 cup of red fruit tea|
|Lunch dinner||Vegetable soup with pumpkin and quinoa||Lentil and cabbage soup||Vegetable soup, oats and chicken breast|
|Afternoon snack||Suchá: 200 ml of Hibiscus tea whipped with the pulp of 1 passion fruit||200 ml of Green Tea + 5 cashew nuts||3 beaten prunes with 1 cup of plain yogurt|
It is important to remember that this menu should only be followed for a maximum of 3 days, preferably with the guidance and guidance of a nutritionist. See more recipes of suchás, the drink that mixes the benefits of teas with fruit juices.
To help in the detox phase of food and to deflate the organism more quickly, one can choose to do light aerobic exercises, such as walking, cycling and water aerobics.
It is important to avoid heavier activities such as weight training, swimming or crossfit, as they require a lot of energy from the body, which will be going through 3 days of more restricted eating. When consuming few calories and increasing physical activity a lot, problems like dizziness, pressure drop and hypoglycemia can happen. See the symptoms of low blood pressure and hypoglycemia.