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The fermented soybeans in this soup provide protein & are easy on the digestive system. Thank you WHFoods.com for this inspiring recipe & nutritional info! This will be a great addition to our foods as we begin our Healing Juvenile Arthritis Journey (more to come on that soon).
Add this quick and easy miso soup to your Big 3 eating and give your body an extra boost of health-promoting minerals. Feel free to add other seaweed such as wakame for extra nutrition, and of course put in noodles of your choice to turn it from an appetizer to a main dish.
|Prep and Cook Time: 5 minutesIngredients:|
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5-Minute Miso Soup
|vitamin K||31.86 mcg||35||12.6||excellent|
|manganese||0.38 mg||19||6.8||very good|
|copper||0.15 mg||17||5.9||very good|
|vitamin C||10.48 mg||14||5.0||very good|
|vitamin A||117.88 mcg RAE||13||4.7||very good|
|vitamin B2||0.14 mg||11||3.8||very good|
|folate||41.19 mcg||10||3.7||very good|
|vitamin B6||0.08 mg||5||1.7||good|
|omega-3 fats||0.10 g||4||1.5||good|
Density>=7.6 AND DRI/DV>=10%
|very good||DRI/DV>=50% OR
Density>=3.4 AND DRI/DV>=5%
Density>=1.5 AND DRI/DV>=2.5%
In-Depth Nutritional Profile for 5-Minute Miso Soup with Dulse (sea vegetable)