Processed food companies sell vegetable soups so cheaply because they load them with high-glycemic carbohydrates (rice, potatoes, pasta) that cost virtually nothing. Then they add inexpensive ingredients like corn, sugar, and sometimes omega-6 fats (like cottonseed oil). So for less than $2, you get a relatively high-carb/calorie soup that provides virtually no health benefits.
Life Extension's vegetable soups contain only healthy ingredients, extra-virgin olive oil, and a host of other beneficial plant foods.
These soups are packaged in a convenient resealable container that enables a precise amount of soup to pour into a bowl. The twist-top cap screws back on so the container can be placed into the refrigerator for the next serving. One reason these containers are used to hold these vegetable soups is that they are free of the Bisphenol-A found in commercial soup cans. The FDA says Bisphenol-A is safe, but Life Extension does not trust the FDA’s judgment on this issue.
Each serving of Cruciferous Vegetable Soup contains only 60 calories and provides a full serving of the world’s healthiest vegetables.
The entire container supplies about 3.5 servings — with none of the cheap starch fillers found in commercial soups. You can consume the entire contents as a healthy lunch or dinner, or use a smaller portion of the soup as part of a meal for yourself (or several other people).
This product is not for sale outside the United States and Canada.
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