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Amy's Organic Soups Quinoa Kale & Red Lentil -- 14.4 oz


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Amy's Organic Soups Quinoa Kale & Red Lentil -- 14.4 oz

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Amy's Organic Soups Quinoa Kale & Red Lentil Description

  • USDA Organic
  • Non-BPA Lining
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • 0 g Trans Fat • No Added MSG • No Preservatives
  • Ready to Serve - Do Not Add Water

Packed with nutrition and flavor from organic vegetables, red lentils and quinoa, this soup is so robust that it might even be taken for a stew. It's gluten free, vegan and amazingly delicious. Amy's kitchen was started when our daughter Amy was born in 1987. We are a family business deeply committed to producing vegetarian foods made with the finest organic ingredients.


Directions

Microwave (1100W): Place contents into a microwave-safe bowl. Cover and cook on high for 2-3 minutes. Let sit in microwave for 1 minute. Stir before serving. Ovens vary, so please use these instructions as a guide only.

 

Stovetop: Place contents into saucepan and heat gently until hot. Stir occasionally. Please do not overcook.

Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, preservatives, peanuts, fish, shellfish or eggs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Cup (245 g)
Servings per Container: About 2
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories150
   Calories from Fat50
Total Fat6 g9%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium780 mg33%
Total Carbohydrate19 g6%
   Dietary Fiber4 g16%
   Sugars4 g
Protein4 g
Vitamin A15%
Vitamin C6%
Calcium4%
Iron10%
Other Ingredients: (VEGAN): Filtered water, organic onions, organic tomato puree, organic kale, organic quinoa, organic red lentils, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic cilantro, organic green onions, sea salt, organic garlic, organic jalapeno peppers, organic ginger, organic turmeric, organic black pepper.

Individuals with Food Allergies: This product is made in a facility that also processes foods containing wheat, milk, soy, tree nuts and seeds (including sunflower seeds). In addition to gluten testing strict allergen control measures are implemented at all levels of production. Amy's kitchen does not use any peanuts, fish, shellfish or eggs.

Warnings

Use care. Edges of can may be sharp.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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25 Best Snacks for Anyone Trying to Cut Back on Sugar

Watching your daily intake of sugar can be tough, especially if you don’t know how much sugar is actually too much. But when you know better, you do better.

Overhead View of Bowl of Freshly Made Hummus with Red and Yellow Peppers and Tomatoes on Wood Surface for Low-Sugar Snack Ideas | Vitacost.com/blog

How much sugar per day is recommended?

The recommended sugar intake per day is around 25 grams per day for women and 37.5 grams for men. Keeping daily sugar consumption within these ranges can help you to maintain a healthy weight, improve skin health, keep your mood in check and lead to increased energy -- just to name a few benefits. 

How to lower sugar intake

Sugar is tricky. We often don’t think about how much sugar is in a piece of fruit, for example, because it is naturally occurring sugar and not added sugar. When you need a snack and you’re choosing between an apple or a candy bar, the vitamins and nutrients lead us toward the apple. But when watching sugar intake, SUGAR is SUGAR. A medium-sized apple contains 19 grams of sugar, about the same as a candy bar. One can of coke has 39 grams of sugar while a bottled kale juice has 34 grams.

Focus on meeting your daily sugar intake through whole foods such as fruits, vegetables and complex carbohydrates. When looking at overall sugar intake, you want more of the sugars you’re consuming to come from natural sugars. Even then, it’s important to be aware of portion sizes so you don’t exceed your daily requirement. 

Low-sugar healthy snack ideas

Being prepared for a snack attack will help keep you on track. Here’s a handy list of 25 low-sugar snacks with recommended portion sizes. Make them grab-and-go by measuring, preparing and putting in containers ahead of time. You’re more likely to hit your goals this way!

1. Celery sticks with ½ Tbsp. almond butter

2. Half of an apple with 1 Tbsp. natural nut butter

3. Plain Greek yogurt (7 oz.) with 1 Tbsp. protein powder of choice, or choose a sugar-free vanilla yogurt. Check the label for sugar content.

4. Hummus (4 Tbsp.) with some cucumber slices, zucchini sticks, celery sticks or pepper slices

5. The Good Bean Chickpeas with Sweet Cinnamon (great for a quick sweet snack). Make sure to measure out a 1 oz. serving.

6. Chia & Quinoa Chips (10 chips) with salsa (4 Tbsp.)

7. ½ cup cottage cheese plain or topped with ¼ cup blueberries or strawberries

8. Biena Chickpeas, honey roasted – ¼ cup

9. Pistachios – ¼ cup

10. Organic raw nut mix – ¼ cup

11. Avocado toast – 1 thin-sliced piece of whole grain bread topped with ½ smashed avocado. Sprinkle with sea salt.

12. Simple Truth 7 Ancient Grains rice crackers (5-6) topped with 1 oz. cheese (fontina, goat, mozzarella)

13. Dry roasted edamame – 1/3 cup

14. Skinny Pop Popcorn Skinny Packs – 1 pack

15. Beef jerky – 1 serving (about 3 oz.)

16. Epic Nutrition Beef Bar Habanero Cherry Walnut – 1 bar

17. Artisan Tropic Sea Salt Plantain strips – 13 pieces

18. Kosher pickles – 2-3 spears, 8-10 chips (pickles have 0 sugar so servings are flexible)

19. Plain instant oatmeal (1 packet) sprinkled with cinnamon, 1 tbsp. walnuts, and 5 drops of vanilla stevia

20. 2 hard-boiled eggs – eat one whole and the whites of the other

21. Puffed rice cereal (1 cup), unsweetened almond milk (1/2 -2/3 cup), 2-3 strawberries or ¼ cup blueberries

22. Lentil, black bean, minestrone, quinoa kale and red lentil soups – 1 cup

23. Coffee with coconut cream & almond milk, vanilla or pumpkin spice flavor – 2 Tbsp. along with salted caramel mini rice cakes – 8 pieces

24. Green smoothie: handful spinach, ½ cucumber, 2 Tbsp. powdered nut butter, ½-3/4 cup unsweetened almond butter and ice. Toss all ingredients into blender and mix 30-60 seconds.

25. Mini egg muffins: In a bowl, mix four whole eggs and four egg whites, toss in handful of spinach chopped, 1-2 oz. shredded cheese and combine. Lightly spray a 12-count mini muffin tray and pour in mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes, until center is firm. (Two muffins per serving. Leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator for four to five days.)

Serious about saying sayonara to the sweet stuff? Try these tips for quitting sugar, and be sure to visit Vitacost's Sugar-Free Shop!

Vitacost Sugar-Free Shop | Vitacost.com/blog

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