BurnFatBuildStrength.com: Weight Watchers Zero Point Soup Provides Guilt Free Way for Dieters to Curb Hunger
Weight Watchers Zero Point Soup has always been a hit with dieters on the Weight Watchers Program. It is a healthy way to deal with hunger pangs and can help to eliminate binging on unhealthy snacks between meals. BurnFatBuildStrength.com takes a look at these soup recipes in a new blog post.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2012
There are many Weight Watchers Zero Point Soup recipes, and these low calorie, low Points Plus soups are a staple for most people on the weight loss program. There is the original Weight Watchers soup recipe which features cabbage as the main ingredient, but there are also many variations, including Italian, Mexican and Asian styles of soup.
For many individuals on the Weight Watchers system, these Weight Watchers Zero Points Soup recipes are a life saver, as they provide a way for dieters to curb hunger, without the guilt of adding to your daily or weekly points allowance. While these soups are not entirely calorie free, they are quite low calorie, and the ingredients used consist mainly of vegetables which count as zero Points Plus or Pro Points on the Weight Watchers System.
One thing that dieters will want to look out for, however, is that a few of the soup recipes are high in sodium. This can be cut down by using low sodium vegetable stock, in place of the regular broth cubes. Some dieters even prefer to make their own vegetable stock.
Most dieters on the Weight Watchers program make these soups in large batches, and then keep serving sized portions in the fridge or freezer for when they feel the need to curb their hunger. This is a great way to avoid overeating at mealtimes, as it fills the stomach and is also very healthy since the soups are all vegetable based.
Many dieters suggest adding variety to these soups by adding to or replacing ingredients depending on individual taste. Some blend the cooked vegetables and add them back to the soup stock to make a creamier, thicker soup. Others add a dash of lemon juice or hot sauce to give the soup an extra kick. Many variations on Weight Watchers Zero Point soup, as well as user suggestions as to how to mix things up while still keep the soup “zero points” can be found online. A full Weight Watchers Zero Point Soup review gives more information on how to make these recipes.
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