Power Souping: 3-Day Detox, 3-Week Weight-Loss Plan

Power Souping: 3-Day Detox, 3-Week Weight-Loss Plan

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Step aside, juicing—souping is the newest way to build a better body and power your health, all while enjoying big bowls of soup filled with real, satisfying ingredients. Unlike high-sugar, low-fiber juice cleanses, souping is just the opposite—low sugar, high fiber, and filling!

Known as America’s get-real nutritionist Rachel Beller has created a transformative, science-based plan to help you detox and drop pounds without deprivation. You’ll find more than 50 delicious soup recipes and an easy 3-step action plan:

• 3-Day Detox: pure, clean souping to jump-start your weight loss

• 3-Week Transformation: shed up to 15 pounds with tasty soups and other healthy meals

• Maintenance Method: tips to keep you on this simple and sustainable plan

The best part: Power Souping will revolutionize the way you think about what you put in your body—for now and for life. You will get all the nutrients that you need—no crashing, no falling back into bad habits when the “diet” is done. With dozens of flavorful soups to choose from—hot and cold, sweet and savory, and numerous vegan and gluten-free options—Power Souping is not only a practical weight-loss method, but also a guide to feeling your amazing best.

So grab your spoon and get ready to transform your body—and your life.

Price: $13.94

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  1. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Few soup recipes., January 5, 2018

    By Sunfloweramara (New York City)

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    This review is from: Power Souping: 3-Day Detox, 3-Week Weight-Loss Plan (Paperback)

    Very few actual soup recipes! The title “Power Souping” is a bit Misleading as there are only about 20 soups in the book. The rest is pretty basic info. On smoothies, fats, etc. Unless you are absolutely new to healthy eating not much new. I was expecting more soups.

  2. 49 of 49 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love it!!, March 24, 2016

    By Maria

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    This review is from: Power Souping: 3-Day Detox, 3-Week Weight-Loss Plan (Paperback)

    I love it!! This book is so practical and filled with delicious recipes, both souping and non-souping, that are ideal for a busy working mom. The 3 day detox and 3 week weight loss plan are doable and I am so excited to have started my transformation. I LOVE the gorgeous photographs and so appreciate all the nutrition tips throughout the book. This is a must have and I’ve already ordered copies for my friends!

  3. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It works, but the food is beyond bland, January 27, 2017

    By Allison Dineen (Frederick, MD USA)
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    I’m not a fad dieter. I’m trying this diet because it uses unprocessed food and a lot of veggies, which I’m trying to incorporate more of into my everyday diet. The only other diet that I’ve tried that was similar was the Sonoma Diet. It worked very well for me and I lost a total of 10 pounds by the “end”. My biggest complaint with it (Sonoma) was the amount of prep and it was very expensive. This diet is much easier to prepare and much less expensive since there is no expensive meat, aside from some fish recipes and you reuse the same ingredients multiple times (which isn’t all good). My biggest complaint is that most of the lunch and dinner recipes are exceptionally bland. We usually end up doctoring them up with herbs and spices which I doubt add any calories. I’ve been on it for two weeks and I’m already down six pounds; three of those pounds were lost during the three day detox, which I think is essential. I’ve actually altered it a little this past week by making the breakfast, lunch and snack, but occasionally substituting dinner with recipes from Eating Well, Vegetarian Times or Sonoma. It’s the only way that I could keep my husband on it with me.

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