HEAL — Soupure


Need a little TLG? Tender Loving Greens, that is. Our version of Dr. Henry Biehler’s vitamin and nutrient rich healing soup supercharges every cell of your body. Benefits include energy restoration, detoxification, and weight loss. Each spoonful, bursting with flavonoids, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, boosts immunity and alkalizes your body. Also restores much needed potassium and sodium to your adrenal glands, allowing optimum function of vital organs. Did we mention the presence of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids? This is quite possibly the world’s most perfect food. 

Contains a unique carotenoid profile that includes lutein and zeaxanthin known to prevent age-related eye diseases such as macular degeneration and cataracts. A powerful combination of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties in the seeds, skin, and flesh make this summer vegetable a strong line of defense against the onset of chronic disease and degenerative environmental effects. High in pectin, it also aids in regulating insulin levels and may protect against Type 2 diabetes. Excellent source of copper, manganese, Vitamins A and C. 

Basil isn’t just a tasty herb used in Italian and Asian cuisine.  It’s also packed with nutrition. From its detoxifying effects and stress busting phytochemicals to its use of oils to combat bacteria that causes blemishes, this super green herb has some super mind body benefits!

Low in calories but packed with all the benefits of root vegetables which promote health and immune functions. 

Onions may make you tear but they should be tears of joy! Our ancestors used onions for centuries to reduce inflammation and heal infections. Onions also contain chromium, which assists in regulating blood sugar.  A powerful compound called quercetin in onions is known to play a significant role in preventing cancer. Onions also scavenge free radicals, helping reducing the risk of gastric ulcers.

Sixteen sulfur containing compounds not only give garlic its powerful scent, they provide the blood vessels with the elastic strength to dilate as needed to regulate blood pressure. Researchers have discovered its role in limiting fat cell production and controlling obesity. Known for centuries for its antibacterial and antiviral properties, garlic may also facilitate iron metabolism, allowing a unique transport system for optimum bioavailability. Excellent source of manganese, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin C, copper, and selenium. 

Dried sea vegetables boast an incredible concentration of bioavailable iron comparable to red meat, along with a wondrously broad combination of minerals and phytonutrients. Different from their carotenoid and flavonoid “land cousins” who help reduce inflammation, sea vegetables rely on alkaloid antioxidants known to actually block inflammation signals across cell membranes before they cause trouble. May improve hormonal function, normalize menstrual cycle, and protect against estrogen-related cancers. Excellent for its mineral matrix of iodine, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, copper, vanadium, zinc, and iron, as well as, Vitamin B-6 and C. 

Prized for its moist texture and gray to lavender color, celtic salt is gathered using slow, traditional methods from unpolluted northern seas. As a result, naturally occurring trace minerals such as born, silicon, magnesium, copper, iron, manganese, and nickel remain native to the compound. Salt is a necessary component to proper electrical signal in our bodies and must remain in balance to other minerals for optimum benefit.

Olive oil is one of the healthiest oils in the world.  Its benefits are numerous, including providing heart support, reducing inflammation, helping maintain low levels of hydrochloric acid in the stomach (thus, great for digestion), and prevention of rheumatoid arthritis.

Tamari is a uniquely delicious variety of soy sauce and is a liquid which runs off of miso as it matures.  Tamari, however, contains much less salt than traditional soy sauce.  It is reported to aid in the digestion of fruits and vegetable, is rich in several minerals, and is a good source of vitamin B3, protein, manganese and tryptophan.

With more bark than bite, cinnamon imparts its natural essential oils to create the perfect aromatic nuance of comfort to both sweet and savory foods. Powerfully antiviral and offering a subtle array of antioxidant mechanisms, this spice lends its healing comfort with just a hint familiar taste.