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Trending Now | Soup Cleansing

Trending Now | Soup Cleansing

Trending Now | Soup Cleansing

Winter is coming (for us Aussies) and we’ll all be craving hearty comfort food that warms us from the inside out. Last summer was all about juice cleansing and in the approach to winter we are seeing a trend in souping.

This new winter alternative provides a nourishing vitamin hit that completely revitalises your system. Souping is easier on your digestive system as it cleanses, heals and nourishes your body with wholesome ingredients that allow your body to detox naturally.

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If you’ve tried a juice cleanse you know all too well the stomach growling and hangry pains (hungry + angry = hangry). This is because juice (as healthy as it is) is full of fructose (natural sugars) that don’t keep us as full and nourished as vegetables do. Luckily, because soup is full of fibrous and nutrient rich vegetables you’ll be full and satisfied through the day.

If you’re still scarred by your juicing experience don’t completely dismiss the souping trend. Not only does a soup cleanse boost your immunity, which is key during winter, but it also reduces bloating, fights off food cravings and is super low on the glycaemic scale*.

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Cleanse smarter by feeding your body with a soup cleanse. Souping provides endless benefits for an all-round detox:

  • Glowing skin
  • Silky hair
  • Reduced stress levels
  • Higher energy levels
  • Helps to rebuild metabolism that works to burn fat
  • Cleans your gut to build a strong immune system

With endless vegetable combinations you will never get bored while souping. You can either follow a souping cookbook, buy 1, 3 or 5 day soup cleanses through companies like Soupure, or you can simply make your own. Get souping this winter! 


*The Glycaemic Index (GI) is a ranking of carbohydrate-containing foods based on the overall effect on blood glucose levels. Slowly absorbed foods have a low GI rating, while foods that are more quickly absorbed have a higher rating.