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Revisit these SoLé Soup Classics

Revisit these SoLé Soup classics, our classic tomato, and southwestern chicken chili.

SoLé SoupS Tomato

SoLé SoupS Tomato has a dazzling tomato flavor. This SoLé SoupS classic is clean and always appealing. Vegetarian never tasted so good!

When it comes to comfort food, there is nothing that comes close to tomato soup. Sip on a steaming bowl of tomato soup garnished with some crispy croutons and herbs or paired with your own homemade grilled cheese sandwich. Tomato soup — a healthy and nutrient-rich soup can add a punch of deliciousness to your day.

Tomato soup is very high in a number of essential nutrients. For starters, this vegetable, which is technically a fruit, is rich in Lycopene. This nutrient gives tomatoes their bright red color and is a powerful antioxidant. It protects against aging, heart disease, stroke, and a host of other diseases.

The Potassium, Vitamin C, and choline content in tomatoes support good heart health. An increase in potassium along with a decrease in sodium intake has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to Mark Houston, M.D., M.S., an associate clinical professor of medicine at Vanderbilt Medical School.

SoLé SoupS Southwestern Chicken Chili

All-white meat Chicken, Pintos, and a host of other yummy ingredients leave this recipe poised to solve even the mightiest hunger; incredible, tangy flavor with just the perfect amount of spice & heat- just enough is more than enough.

SoLé SoupS Southwestern Chicken Chili has a touch of sliced jalapenos- an ingredient that can make even the blandest food more palatable. They can also boost metabolism: studies have shown that a compound found in peppers (Capsaicin) can induce a Thermogenic effect and cause the body to burn additional calories for up to 20 minutes post-consumption. It’s also a solid source of Protein, Fiber, Vitamin C., unique Antioxidants Lycopene and Astaxanthin.

Come visit SoLé SoupS today in Thousand Oaks and Agoura Hills and revisit these SoLé Soup classics, our classic tomato, and southwestern chicken chili. See you soon!

 

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How Fiber Can Help You

How Can Fiber Help You? In people with diabetes, fiber — particularly soluble fiber, or fiber that breaks down more easily once consumed, — can slow the absorption of sugar and help improve blood sugar levels. A healthy diet that includes insoluble fiber may also reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. High-fiber foods tend to be more filling than low-fiber foods, so you’re likely to eat less and stay satisfied longer. And high-fiber foods tend to take longer to eat and to be less “energy-dense,” which means they have fewer calories for the same volume of food.

If you aren’t getting enough fiber each day, you may need to boost your intake. Good choices include:

  • Whole-grain products
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Beans, peas and other legumes
  • Nuts and seeds

Refined or processed foods — such as canned fruits and vegetables, pulp-free juices, white bread and pasta, and non-whole-grain cereals — are lower in fiber. The grain-refining process removes the outer coat (bran) from the grain, which lowers its fiber content. Enriched foods have some of the B vitamins and iron added back after processing, but not the fiber.

Whole foods rather than fiber supplements are generally better. Fiber supplements — such as Metamucil, Citrucel, and FiberCon — don’t provide the variety of fibers, vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients that foods do.

Another way to get more fiber is to eat foods, such as cereal, granola bars, yogurt and ice cream, with fiber added. The added fiber usually is labeled as “inulin” or “chicory root.” Some people complain of gassiness after eating foods with added fiber.

High-fiber foods are good for your health. But adding too much fiber too quickly can promote intestinal gas, abdominal bloating and cramping. Increase fiber in your diet gradually over a few weeks. This allows the natural bacteria in your digestive system to adjust to the change.

Try some of our healthy soups at SoLé SoupS in Thousand Oaks or Agoura Hills.

Our Brown Lentils w/Kale is a tasty and substantial meal unto itself. This soup is a clean source of protein and fiber that’s loaded with niacin, thiamin, zinc and
Iron!

Come into SoLé SoupS today or visit our website.

 

What People are Saying About Solé SoupS

What people are saying about Solé SoupS is always flattering to us and if you’ve never visited we invite you in. Try all of our healthy and affordable soups at either of our Solé SoupS Studios in Agoura Hills or Thousand Oaks, California. Here’s what some of our customers

Thanksgiving Hours

Happy Thanksgiving! Need to bring a side to dinner?  Nothing beats a side of soup!  Zip in today before we close and choose from all our delicious flavors.
We will be closed November 28th- 30th. We will reopen on Monday December 2nd. Also don’t forget to share a photo or video with your #SoLé Soups® meal for a chance to win a $35 gift card. Open your Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account, post a your picture, #SoLé SoupS, and good luck! Check out some recent submissions HERE.

SoLé Social Page

With more than 5,000 online connections, the SoLé SoupS team is thrilled about the response online. Your comments, high ratings, and loyal repeat visits have humbled us yet again. So now we want to reward you when you share your #SoLéSoupS pride. Just open your Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account and post a picture of you and SoLé SoupS and hashtag, (#SoLéSoupS), us.  Share your #SoLéSoupS images and videos at home, at the beach, in the store, with some gear, or just enjoying SoLé SoupS, salads, or single serve entrees. Once you post your #SoLéSoupS content it will appear on our new SoLé Social page. We’ll pick a monthly winner for the most creative post and from our family to yours, thank you!

Also don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to join our customer rewards program.

 

New Summer Hours

A quick reminder that Sole’ SoupS will be closing at 3 pm on Saturdays. We remain open Monday through Friday from 11 am to 7 pm. All other weekly hours remain unchanged. Thanks as always for your business. 🙂

The Confusion About Good And Bad Cholesterol

Everyone seems to be watching their cholesterol these days. Doctors recommend having your cholesterol levels measured through a blood test at least once every five years beginning at age 20. When your test results come back, the results, combined with your risk factors, can be used to determine your future risk of heart problems. 

Here’s What People Are Saying About SoLé SoupS

At SoLé SoupS, we take pride in making sure that all of our food is fresh, wholesome, and balanced. It’s our mission to bring something healthy and comforting to people in and around the Conejo Valley. We use zero fillers, zero preservatives, and a whole lot of passion to bring you the perfect meals to match your busy and healthy lifestyle. 

Have You Heard How Healthy Egg Whites Can Be?

Of all the hotly debated foods in the world, the humble egg seems to find itself continually at the center of controversy. Conflicting reports debate whether the egg should be consumed regularly, or eaten in moderation. The debate is mostly centered on how much cholesterol an egg contains, all of which is found in the yolk. The white part of the egg, however, is another matter. 

What Are Our Customers Saying?

When you’re looking for a great place to eat, locals and friends are a perfect resource. If you want great soup, our SoLé SoupS® reviews speak for themselves. Locals from all over Thousand Oaks and Agoura Hills rave about the service, selection, and flavors offered at SoLé SoupS®, and you don’t have to simply take our word for it. Some points highlighted by Yelpers all across the area include: 

 
 
 
 
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