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Vegetable Stew May Help Weight Loss

Is this just another old wives tale that I have fallen for or is it possible that eating a helping of vegetarian Vegetable Stew 30 minutes before regular meals might help me lose a few unwanted pounds?

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I made my stew this morning from a mixture of potatoes, sweet potatoes, onion, turnips, carrots, broccoli, beets, celery, garlic cloves, tomatoes, tomato sauce, a dash of salt, pepper, and garlic, a dash of sugar, and I cooked it by adding a cup of water to the vegetable mix in a microwave-safe bowl and running it at high temperature for Six minutes.
When the vegetables are cooked to the tender stage, I then empty the water and transfer a helping (Usually Two cups) to the bowl from which I intend to eat it.

The way I make this stew means that there are approximately 134 calories per 8-ounce cup and I eat two cups which means that I am getting about 268 calories from the stew without the addition of the two boiled eggs that I use to accompany it and the eggs come in at about 160 calories for the two of them.

This means that my breakfast must be somewhere in the neighborhood of 428 calories and that is a figure I can live with.

Sometimes I will slip some sliced green sweet pepper into the mix too.

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Vegetable Stew May Help Weight Loss


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