20 Jan Leek and Lentil Soup
For someone who lives in a climate as warm as I do, it’s kinda crazy that soups are probably what I’m best at. I’m also a huge fan of how much healthy stuff you can get into one pot and still have it taste delicious, however, I did make an effort to keep this as simple as possible.
This leek and lentil soup is great if you think you might be coming down with something as the leeks and garlic both contain allicin, which means they are anti-viral, anti-fungal and they neutralize free radicals in addition to being full of vitamins and antioxidants. The red lentils are a great source of protein, fiber, folate and iron and also contain many other vitamins and minerals. They are also really inexpensive so this soup only costs a little to make and goes a long way!
To any savory soup, I almost always add nutritional yeast. It may not sound appetizing, but it’s full of protein, B vitamins and is great at detoxing as it pulls heavy metals out of the body and brain. All in all this leek and lentil soup is a health superstar and great to eat for lunches throughout the week or a family dinner.
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