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Calories, kcal: 40 Proteins, g: 1.6 Fats, g: 2.5 Carbohydrates, g: 2.9
An excellent light dish for a hot summer afternoon. Especially when the main ingredient is growing in its beds. The soup is delicious, both hot and chilled. Sorrel imparts a pleasant sour taste. Moreover, it is very easy to prepare and does not require expensive products. This dish will definitely not leave your family members and acquaintances indifferent.
Calorie sorrel soup
The calorie content of sorrel soup is only 40 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Sorrel soup composition
Like any dish prepared from natural products, this is a wonderful soup that has all the necessary trace elements to maintain the correct and harmonious work of absolutely all body systems. The main contribution, of course, comes from the main component - sorrel. In addition to vitamins C and B6, which are contained in sorrel, although not in huge quantities, it also contains microelements that are extremely important for our body.
A special role in the chemical composition of sorrel leaves is played by: manganese, iron, copper, calcium and magnesium. Calcium, for example, perfectly strengthens bones, and magnesium and iron have a positive effect on the work of muscles in general, and especially the heart.
Season the soup with a spoonful of thick sour cream, which not only enhances the taste, but also enhances the benefits of this excellent soup. In general, if you plan to visit your summer cottage in the summer, do not miss the chance to try this excellent soup in nature.
Useful properties of sorrel soup
Sorrel soup has a mild laxative and choleretic agent, and is also recommended for people with skin diseases, to normalize the liver, with vitamin deficiency, to increase hemoglobin. Traditional medicine uses sorrel to improve the functions of hematopoiesis, digestion and the formation of bile.
You should know that sorrel, the benefits of which are undoubted, is still contraindicated for people with weak kidneys, especially in the presence of kidney stones, it is also contraindicated for those who have a tendency to stone formation, patients with stomach and duodenal ulcers, as well as those suffering from osteoporosis, gastritis with high acidity and persons with salt metabolism disorders. Pregnant women should be especially careful, because sorrel is also contraindicated for them.