Choose It and Lose It: Soups

Find out which one of your favourite soups are good for you and the ones you should Lose! Includes soups from: Tim Hortons, The Keg and more!

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Tim Horton's Soups



Cream of Sundried Tomato (Large)

290 calories / 18 g fat


*Equivalent to 2.5 Turkey clubs from Tim Hortons in fat


 


CHOOSE IT:

 

 


Chicken Noodle Soup (Large)

160 calories / 2.5 g fat

 

 

 

Red Lobster




New England Clam Chowder Bowl


480 calories / 34 g fat



*Equivalent to 90 pieces of baby shrimp in calories

CHOOSE IT:

Spicy Chicken Tortilla Bowl

310 calories / 11g fat


 

 


Campbell's





Chunky - Chicken a la King (2 cups)


540 calories / 38 g fat



*Equivalent to 3 chicken breast (skinless) dinners

at Swiss Chalet with a white roll, garden salad,

dressing & chalet sauce in fat

CHOOSE IT:

Thai Chicken Vegetable (2 cups)

240 calories / 3 g fat


 

Grocery Soups



Mr. Noodles – Chicken

280 calories / 10 g fat

* Equivalent to 10 Campbell’s Hearty Noodles

chicken in fat

CHOOSE IT:

Campbell’s Soup at Hand – Chicken

with Mini Pasta

70 calories / 1.5 g fat

 

The Keg


French Onion Soup

413 calories / 21 g fat / 2,667 mg sodium

*Equivalent to 286 pretzel sticks in sodium

CHOOSE IT:

Wild Mushroom Soup

194 calories / 10 g fat / 1213 mg sodium

 
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