The Weight Watchers International Company, based in the United States of America, offers people who are overweight different services and products to help with their weight loss or weight maintenance. The main philosophy that Weight Watchers uses is that of a science-driven means to lose weight. This includes counting of calories and fat, as well as other nutritional ingredients such as protein and carbohydrates, doing exercises, etc. If you just begin the new journey, you can start with taking a Weight Watchers cabbage soup that contains fewer calories.

Weight Watchers Cabbages Soup Recipe

Most vegetables and fruits have fewer calories than other foods categories. The lower-calorie vegetables include zucchini, yellow squash, lettuces and broccoli. Cabbages are also included in the list. Here is a weight watchers cabbage soup recipe that you can try. Each serving will only contain 32.2 calories, 0.2 gram of fat, 1.1 gram of protein and 7.1 grams of carbohydrates. Just enjoy it!

Total Times: 40 mins                                          Servings: 14



Vegetable broth

6 cups


4 cloves, minced

Tomato paste

2 tablespoons

Fresh cabbage, chopped

4 cups

Onion, raw, diced

1 medium

Raw, chopped carrot

1 cup

Green beans, snapped

1 cup

Zucchini, sliced

1 cup

Diced tomatoes

1 can

Ground basil

1 teaspoon

Ground oregano

1 teaspoon


1 teaspoon

Black pepper

1 teaspoon


  1. Spray pot and then add carrots, garlic and onions. Sauté for 5 minutes.

  2. Add other ingredients except the zucchini and then simmer for 5-10 minutes until all the vegetables are tender.

  3. Add the zucchini and simmer for 5 more minutes or so.

More Benefits of Cabbages Besides Helping Lose Weight


Prevent Cancer

Cabbage is a member of the Brassica family. It has powerful anti-oxidant properties that can fight the free radicals that bombard our bodies every day. Besides, cabbage contains anti-cancer things like lupeol, sinigin, and sulphoraphane.


Protect the Bones

Since cabbage contains vast amounts of calcium, magnesium and potassium which are all needed for bone growth, the odds of obtaining osteoporosis is small if you often eat cabbages.


Be a Great Brain Food

The vitamin K and anthocyanins in cabbage can help promote a healthier brain function as well as a healthier concentration. The vitamin K also helps to create or produce sphingolipids, which in turn help the myelin sheath around the brain nerves.


Be Good to the Eyes

Beta-carotene, often found in carrots, is also found in cabbages in large amount. Beta-carotene helps to prevent the early onset of cataracts as well as helping in prevention of macular degeneration.


Help the Body Detoxify

Cabbage has a high content of both vitamin C and sulphur that can help in bodily detoxification. It can help purify the blood by removing free radicals, which we have seen are cancer-makers and uric acid which may cause gout.


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