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Fat Burning Soup Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Patty Roylance
Added: Saturday, November 24, 2007

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
l or 2 cans stewed tomatoes (28 oz)
3 cans water (tomato cans)
2-3 bullion cubes or 2 pkgs. Lipton Soup mix:
2 green pepper (bell)
6 large green onions
1 large cabbage
1 bunch celery
(Green beans, carrots: lima beans etc..)

Season with salt pepper curry basil paprika parsley bullion cube or hot sauce (if desired). Cut vegetables into pieces and cover with water. Boil fast for ten minutes then reduce to simmer and continue cooking until vegetables are tender.
This soup can be eaten anytime you are hungry. Eat as much as you want whenever you want. This soup will not add calories. The more you eat, the more you will lose. If you prefer you can substitute broiled fish or chicken for one of the beef days, but you need the high protein of beef on the other day.
Caution If eaten alone for indefinite periods you could possibly suffer from malnutrition.

Directions:
Directions:
Day 1: All fruits except bananas. Eat only soup and fruits. For drinks: unsweetened tea cranberry juice, skimmed milk or water.

Day 2: All vegetable. Eat until you are stuffed with fresh raw or canned vegetables. Try to eat green leafy veggies, stay away from dry beans, peas and com. Eat along with the soup. At dinner time reward yourself with a big baked potato and butter. Do not eat any fruits.

Day 3: Eat all the soup vegetable and fruit you want (no baked potato) after eaten for three days as indicated you will have lost 5 to 7 pounds.

Day 4: Bananas and skimmed milk. Eat as many as three bananas and drink as many glasses of water as you can along with the soup. Bananas are high in calories and carbs and so is the milk, but on this particular day your body will need the potassium and carbs, proteins and calcium lessen your cravings for sweets.

Day 5: Beef and tomatoes. You may have 10 to 20 ounces of beef and a can of tomatoes or as many as 6 fresh tomatoes. Try to drink at least six to eight glasses of water to wash away the uric acid in your body. Eat the soup at least once today.

Day 6: Beef and vegetables. Eat to your hearts content. You can even have 2 or 3 steaks with green leafy vegetables (no baked potato) be sure to eat the soup at least once today.

D y 7: Brown rice unsweetened fruit juice and vegetables. Again stuff yourself Be sure to eat the soup at least once today.

By the end of the seventh day you, if you have not cheated, you will have lost 10 to 17 pounds and have an abundance of energy. If you have lost more than 15 pounds stay off the diet for two days before resuming with day one. This diet is a fast fat burning method. The secret is that you burn more calories than you take in. If correctly followed it will clean your system of impurities. This diet however does not lend itself to drinking alcoholic beverages at any time due to the removal of the fat build up in your system. If you are determined to drink alcohol go off the diet at least 24 hours first. Because every ones digestive system is different this diet will effect everyone differently. After several days you may find your bowel movements will have changes. Eat a cup of bran or fiber.

Definitely no bread. alcohol carbonated drinks( including diet or fried foods.) Stay with water, skim milk, unsweetened fruit iuices, unsweetened tea, and cranberry iuice.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Probably everyone in the family has tried this, but really it is a healthy soup

 

 

 

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