Today I made the soup receipt in the getting started book. My question is, can you eat all of that you want and it still be no points? My plan is to eat a bowl before I eat anything else for lunch and supper. I am hoping that it will fill me up and I will not want to eat as much. Anyone else eat this soup? Any other good no pointer recipes that help take away sugar cravings? Any help would be great. Thanks!!
You're doing Flex? I don't know for sure but I think the recipe in the book (if I remember correctly is) makes about 4 servings, so one serving is 0 points but if you eat more than a cup you'll have to start counting points. This soup is a Core food so if you are doing Core then you could eat your fill without worrying about points. I think you have an excellent strategy in having a cup of soup before your meal. I personally have a big appetite so eating a salad or soup before my meal does help. Good luck to you.
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