It’s January. Daily treats like chocolates and mulled wine and cookies are no longer acceptable. We’re being bombarded with coverage of juice cleanses and workout classes, not to mention friends complaining about the fit of their pants.
If you have ever tried a juice cleanse, you know that whether or not you think they work, you will feel rather low energy in the middle. Enter KitsKitchen‘s 48-hour soup reset. It’ heartier. It’s warmer. In short, it sounds more tempting.
KitsKitchen is a Kitsilano-based small batch soup company that uses organic and local ingredients. Their soups are available online as well as at Greens Organic Market.
The soup reset is $80 and contains four soups per day (flavours such as beet & cabbage, butternut squash & ginger, chicken & veg)and two infused bone broths. The theory behind the soup? Heated soups are incredibly easy to digest. Giving your gut a break gives it the energy to focus on healing itself. The gut is the doorway to the health of your brain and immune system; by supporting it, you are supporting the health of your body.
The theory behind the bone broth? One is for the morning and one is for just before bed. They want you to treat these broths like your coffee or tea. According to KitsKitchen, bone broths are an important component of the gut healing process, because they are incredibly rich in minerals and naturally occurring gelatine, which helps to heal the digestive lining.
Would you do a soup reset? Have you tried Kitsilano’s organic, small-batch soup company? Why or why not?
Last modified: January 22, 2015