The Clean Soups Course
How to cook soup, feel great & lose weight!
Why make clean soup?
Because it puts YOU in charge of your health.
When made with fresh ingredients, homemade clean soups are nutrient-rich, calorie-light, satiating and delicious — a healthy thread to weave through your life. Perfect for dinner tonight and freezing for tomorrow, soups are the surest way to support good health and nourishment in our busy lives.
Soup is a way of living, not a diet.
Is your objective is to lose weight or boost your immune system? Simply add soup! It’s easy to replace empty calories with nutrient-dense foods. Imagine a cup of warm Moroccan Carrot soup for a snack instead of a pastry. Each bite has maximum nutrients, healthy fats, and fiber — everything you’re “supposed to have” in each spoonful.
The power is in YOUR hands.
This course is for you if you want to:
- Lose weight — naturally! — with delicious, satisfying soup
- Make healthy cooking easy: no fancy equipment or ingredients
- Learn simple, no-fail recipes to fit your busy schedule
- Gently detox to boost your energy and immune system
- Counteract bloat and inflammation
- Cook uber-healing soups for friends and family
- Entertain! Even the aroma is warm and welcoming
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A nationally recognized educator and author, Rebecca Katz has worked for over 15 years with cancer patients, health professionals, clinics and hospital-centered programs, teaching the importance of food and flavor in cancer healing and prevention.
Rebecca has a Masters of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education, and received her culinary training from New York’s Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts. She is the founder of the Healing Kitchens Institute and has been a visiting chef and nutrition educator at the Commonweal Cancer Help Program in Bolinas, California for more than a decade.
She is the author of the award-winning cookbook, The Cancer Fighting Kitchen: Nourishing Big Flavor Recipes for Cancer and Treatment and Beyond as well as One Bite at a Time: Nourishing Recipes for Cancer Survivors and Their Friends. Her most recent titles are The Longevity Kitchen: Satisfying Big-Flavor Recipes Featuring the 16 Top Age-busting Power Foods (2013), The Healthy Mind Cookbook (2015) and Clean Soups: Simple, Nourishing Recipes for Health and Vitality (September 6, 2016).
Rebecca Katz is an accomplished chef, educator and author who has worked with the country’s top wellness leaders. She is the author of Clean Soups, the award-winning The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen, The Longevity Kitchen, and The Healthy Mind Cookbook.
She lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and two loyal kitchen dogs, Lola and Blossom. She can most often be found making soup.
Frequently Asked Questions
A letter from Rebecca Katz
Chef, award-winning author and creator of the Clean Soups course and book.
In my mind’s eye, I can still see the little girl who learned to make soup while sitting atop the yellow formica kitchen counter, watching in wonder as three generations of women worked their culinary magic over my Ma’s flame-enameled Le Creuset cast iron soup pot. I inhaled the intoxicating aromas, fell in love with spices, and felt deeply nourished by the laughter, the stories and the warmth of the cup of soup that found its way into my hands.
I’m here to show you why getting more soup into your life is so important. Eating soup is a way to hit the body’s reset button, to allow internal organs to detoxify and successfully do their jobs. People who up their soup intake describe their improved physical and mental state with words such as revitalized, regenerated, nourished, comforted, energized, healed, restored, and recharged!
No one should really be surprised. Soup is life distilled into a bowl. Modern science shows us that many of the veggies, herbs and spices that go into today’s soups have fantastic healing properties. Take your pick: weight loss, building immunity, fighting cancer, overcoming digestive issues, boosting memory…soup can help get you there. That it does this while giving you the equivalent of a warm, culinary hug is all the better.
With nourishing thoughts and love,