Clear Noodle Soup (6×1.3 Oz) for low calories


Clear Noodle Soup, Sesame Chicken (6×1.3 Oz) by Dr. McDougall’s is great taste of Asian taste and cuisine

First of all, clear noodles are popular in Asian cuisine because they are so tasty, filling, and low in calories.

Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods® Sesame Chicken Clear Noodle Soup is delicious and not too salty. It keeps you going with only 110 calories. If you are focusing on eating low calories food with healthy balanced diet, then this soup will help in those goals. This soup is easy to prepare simply by adding hot water to cup or bowl for delicious, satisfying clear noodle soup.

It will nourish your well-being, while helping to sustain the earth from the organic, non-GMO use of ingredients. Moreover, that’s why Dr. McDougall’s source non-genetically modified ingredients and make their cups with paper sourced from certified, responsibly managed forests. Hence, Dr. McDougall’s motto: Sustaining the Earth Sustaining You®

If you love this Asia-flavored soup, you will like to try this one since it is nutritious, tasty soup.

Eating Balanced Diet is Key to Long-term Good Health

A good diet is important for good health. A healthy and varied diet can help to maintain a healthy body weight, enhance general well-being and reduce the risk of a number of diseases including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.
A healthy diet consist of four main categories of foods – of course there are some other minor groups. But these four main food groups will provide a healthy diet the bulk of its nutrition. They are: vegetables and fruits, grain products, milk products, and meats and alternatives.

A healthy diet will serve a good balance of each of the food groups listed. Of course, different individuals will need different amounts of food. Other factors such as age, body size, activity level, gender will also affect the amount of food you eat. Below is a guide to provide you with a general idea of how much from each group you should serve for a healthy diet. Please note that meat is NOT a necessary part of a healthy diet. Contrary to what many say, you can get enough proteins from vegetables, beans and soy products.

General Balanced Diet

A healthy diet is a diet based on breads, potatoes, and other cereals and is rich in fruits and vegetables. A healthy diet will include moderate amounts of milk and dairy products, meat, fish or meat/milk alternatives, and limited amounts of foods containing fat or sugar.

You must have carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals salts and fiber in the correct proportions. If there is not enough protein, you will not be able to grow properly and you will not be able to repair yourself i.e. wounds will not heal properly. When you do not have enough energy containing foods you will feel very tired, you will not have enough energy. If you have too much energy containing foods you will become overweight. Hence, if  you are overweight you might want to do more exercise to “burn off” some of the excess food which you ate at your last meal.


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