Souping – The New Juicing – Detox, Cleanse & Weight Loss (Detox, Cleanse, Weight Loss, Juicing

Featured in national publications such as Woman’s World magazine and the Los Angeles Times, Cherie Calbom is a leading authority on health and detoxification. Her latest book, Souping Is the New Juicing, offers an introduction into the quickly growing popularity of souping and its many benefits.

This book reveals the advantages of eating soup for internal cleansing, weight loss, healing, and renewed energy. You will learn to make various types of soups, from warm, hearty soups to chilled, pureed soups, to simple broths.

Health-conscious people who have tried juicing but found it to be too inconvenient, too time-consuming, or too unsatisfying will benefit from this well-crafted, motivational health guide to all things soup.

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