Sugar Freedom Style Cabbage Soup Can Help You Get Off Of Sugar
When people ask me, “How do I get off of sugar?” I reply, “Eat something else.”
So many of the simple grab and go foods we eat contain sugar, grains, and processed vegetable oils. All of these foods are inflammatory and appetite boosting in my experience. The fresh whole foods that make me and my students feel energized and satisfied can take time and effort to prepare. That’s why I’m posting this recipe. It is simple enough that anyone can make it, and once it’s prepared you can have some whenever you feel a craving, or you need something to hold you over until it’s time for your next meal. Plus, if you practice intermittent fasting, in my opinion, this soup won’t officially break your fast.
Freedom Soup Recipe
Ingredients: One 31 oz. Jar of Bone Broth
1/2 Onion: diced
3 Stalks Celery: sliced
1 Basket Mushrooms: Chopped (about 1&1/2 cups)
2 Cups Cabbage: chopped
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
Directions: In a large soup pot over medium heat add the oil and sauté all of the ingredients above in the order listed. Add bone broth and reduce heat to simmer. Simmer 40 minutes and add salt and pepper to taste before serving.
This soup is ideal for anyone starting a low carb or Ketogenic diet, as it can stop the symptoms of “Low Carb Flu,” which happens when the body looses sodium and electrolytes through the diuretic effect of a transition to low carb eating.
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Here is a salad to go with your soup, or anytime. (Oops, it goes sideways at the start, but then I turn the camera the right way.)