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5 Day Keto Soup Diet Low Carb, Whole30, SCKC


Lose up to 10 pounds on my 5 day keto soup diet!  Perfect for when you want to break through a weight loss stall or plateau, drop pounds quickly for an event or vacation, or get yourself back on track after a weekend (or longer) of over-indulgence.  Whole30 and Squeaky Clean Keto approved, this keto soup diet is also a great way to detox from gluten, dairy, sweeteners, and alcohol!

 

 

 

This 5 day keto soup diet is built around the delicious Turbo Atkins Diet Soup that I developed for Women’s World magazine last summer.  Designed for quick weight loss, this soup diet plan is easy to execute and doesn’t require a lot of time in the kitchen – and who doesn’t love that idea?! ? ?? ?

 

Thousands of people have had success losing up to 10 pounds (and MORE) on the keto soup diet, and over the past few years I’ve amassed a lot of information from those who have shared their results.  The following are some frequently asked questions from people who are considering the keto soup diet.  Please take a few minutes to read through this carefully to ensure you get the best possible results out of your keto soup diet!

 

Is the Keto Soup Diet healthy and safe to do?

What gives this 5 day keto soup diet an edge over other keto fat fasts or even the egg fast is that it gives you the necessary nutrients, antioxidants, and electrolytes to feel your best on keto when losing weight and detoxing.  It does that with plenty of healthy fats, but also provides lots of Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, B vitamins, and even choline – which nourishes your liver so it can burn more fat.

To further maximize fat burning and reduce inflammation, this 5 day keto soup diet allows no sweeteners of any kind, no nuts, and no dairy (except butter which is almost pure fat and shouldn’t affect your progress.)  I know it sounds tough, but the results are worth it!

Who knows – you may find that eliminating some of these things is the key to finally making significant progress towards your goals! Then you can implement some of these changes as you transition back into regular keto, low carb, or even Paleo afterwards.

 

 

Can I make substitutions on the Keto Soup Diet and still see results?

Ok, it’s tough love time.  I really, really do want you to succeed on this plan, but please don’t email me about how you simply can’t drink your coffee without heavy whipping cream and/or sweetener in it because “it’s just so gross without cream”, or it “makes you SOOPER SAD and ruins your ENTIRE DAY, so is it ok if you have it anyway?”

You CAN go without if you want it bad enough.  I believe in you.

In addition, do some basic problem solving on your own please – I implore you.  If you are allergic to eggs – eat tuna salad every day.  If you’re allergic to tuna, make it with chicken instead or eat egg salad every day.  Hate avocado?  Have an extra egg or slice of bacon instead.  

You don’t need me to approve these choices – do what works for you.  But adhering the plan as written or as close to it as possible will yield the best results. Period.

If you decide to modify the 5 day keto soup diet plan to suit your personal preferences, great.  You might put cream and sweetener in your coffee and still lose eleventy billion pounds in just three days.  That’s awesome.  Make it work for you and please be sure to tell us in the comments about what you changed and how it went after the fact so others can benefit from your experience.

This plan is written with my recommendations for best results in mind, and you don’t have to follow it exactly.

 

 

What should I do if I can’t find some of the ingredients called for in the Keto Soup?

There are substitution recommendations in the actual keto soup recipe post found here, but in case you missed them here are some guidelines when shopping for ingredients:

If you can’t find celery root where you live, you may substitute an equal amount of cauliflower, turnips, jicama, or rutabaga for roughly the same amount of carbs. DO NOT USE PARSNIPS – they are much too high in carbs and it could skew your results.

If you can’t find swiss chard, collards are an excellent substitute for about the same amount of carbs – DO NOT SUB KALE FOR THE SWISS CHARD – IT’S TOO HIGH IN CARBS AND CAN IMPEDE YOUR WEIGHT LOSS.

 

Can I do the Keto Soup Diet if I am a vegetarian?

Yes!  While the keto soup diet plan is more limiting without meat, it can absolutely be tailored to be vegetarian.

If you are fine with seafood you can substitute fish or shrimp in the soup.

If you don’t eat any animal flesh, you can simply omit the chicken, OR replace it with tofu or another non meat protein of your choice.  If you are fine with eggs then simply increase the eggs to 3, omit the bacon from your breakfast, and eat an entire avocado.

Instead of tuna salad, have egg salad for all of the snacks.

 

How much soup will I need to do the Keto Soup Diet?

The Keto Soup Recipe will yield 20 cups of soup if you follow the recipe correctly and simmer it covered to avoid excessive evaporation.  The keto soup diet calls for 4 cups per day over 5 days.  The math works.

That being said, some people have reported they were a little short on the soup by the end of the week – if that happens, stretch it with extra broth or a little more protein (or make another batch), but don’t add extra veggies to the existing soup or it will change the carb count.

For best results, I recommend portioning out the soup for the week (even if it’s just into 5 containers, each containing your total soup for each day) all at once if possible.  That way you can make sure you’re getting an equal amount of broth and veggies/chicken every day – otherwise you may find that you have mostly broth and nothing else by the last day.

 

How many calories should I be eating on the Keto Soup Diet?

Keep your calories between 1200-1400 per day, and your carbs under 20g – no nuts, dairy or artificial sweeteners is non-negotiable if you’re trying to follow this specific plan.

I’m including a daily snack, though if you find you don’t need it then don’t force yourself – but because the soup is low in calories, you will likely need the snack to get through the day.  You can have this snack between breakfast and lunch, or lunch and dinner depending on your preference and schedule.  Or not at all – again that’s up to you.  Feel free to mix and match the snacks or eat the same thing every day if that’s easier for you.

On a side note, you can substitute an extra bulletproof coffee or tea for the snack – the calories will be around the same!

 

 

Do I need to increase my calories on the Keto Soup Diet if I am a man, or do intense workouts?

If you are a man, or are working out frequently, you may find that you need more calories to be satisfied.  It’s still important that you keep your carbs under 20g per day, even if you do increase your calories.

The best way to increase your calories on the keto soup diet without negatively impacting your results is to add extra bacon, tuna or egg salad, or bullet proof coffee to your day.  Those items are high in fat and have almost zero carbs. Don’t increase your soup amount, because that is where the bulk of your carbs are coming from, and doubling up on that could kick you out of ketosis.

 

How Often Can I do the Keto Soup Diet?

Most of my other free keto weekly meal plans are luxurious compared to this one.  They are designed to help you lose weight in a way that is maintainable longer term so you don’t go crazy from deprivation.  This 5 day keto soup diet plan is different.  It’s not meant to be adopted as a lifestyle change or to keep you going on keto forever – it’s too restrictive for that.

It’s a no frills means to an end – still tasty, but not fancy by any means.

That being said, there is no reason you couldn’t repeat this plan over and over if it works for you.  If variety in your diet isn’t an issue, and you don’t enjoy a sweet keto treat now and then, then you will have zero issues with this plan.  If you don’t enjoy cooking or just don’t have a lot of time – this plan is perfect for you because you make three things and they last all 5 days.  ? ? ??

 

Where can I get support while doing the Keto Soup Diet?

If you want support on this 5 day soup diet with others who are giving it a whirl, you can join our closed IBIH Keto Soup Diet Facebook Group where people ask questions and post progress reports daily.

This group is integral for success because you can ask questions, post results and get kudos, vent your frustrations, and gut through those tough moments when temptation is staring you in the face and you’re ready to quit!

Remember to take before photos so that when you have amazing results you can share them with the group!  Everybody loves a success story and yours could be the one to inspire someone else to give keto and this keto soup diet a try!

 

Where can I find the recipes for the Keto Soup Diet?

The keto turbo Atkins soup recipe is linked up throughout this post, but just in case you missed it – here it is again:

 

CLICK HERE FOR TURBO ATKINS KETO SOUP RECIPE

 

The recipes for the egg salad and tuna salad are linked to in the plan below, but here they are again in case you have trouble finding them:

 

Simple Keto Egg Salad Recipe

Easy Keto Tuna Salad Recipe

 

IBIH 5 Day Keto Soup Diet Plan

 

DAY 1  (1216 calories, 83g fat, 17g net carbs, 84g protein)

Breakfast – 2 eggs, 1 tbsp butter, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado, unsweetened bulletproof coffee or tea (using 2 Tbsp fat)

Lunch – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

Snack – 2 large romaine leaves, 1/2 cup simple keto egg salad

Dinner – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

 

DAY 2  (1236 calories, 83g fat, 18g net carbs, 91g protein)

Breakfast – 2 eggs, 1 tbsp butter, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado, unsweetened bulletproof coffee or tea (using 2 Tbsp fat)

Lunch – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

Snack – Four 5 inch pieces of celery, 1/2 cup easy keto tuna salad

Dinner – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

 

Day 3  (1216 calories, 83g fat, 17g net carbs, 84g protein)

Breakfast – 2 eggs, 1 tbsp butter, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado, unsweetened bulletproof coffee or tea (using 2 Tbsp fat)

Lunch – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

Snack – 2 large romaine leaves, 1/2 cup simple keto egg salad

Dinner – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

 

DAY 4  (1236 calories, 83g fat, 18g net carbs, 91g protein)

Breakfast – 2 eggs, 1 tbsp butter, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado, unsweetened bulletproof coffee or tea (using 2 Tbsp fat)

Lunch – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

Snack – Four 5 inch pieces of celery, 1/2 cup easy keto tuna salad

Dinner – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

 

DAY 5  (1216 calories, 83g fat, 17g net carbs, 84g protein)

Breakfast – 2 eggs, 1 tbsp butter, 2 pieces of bacon, 1/2 avocado, unsweetened bulletproof coffee or tea (using 2 Tbsp fat)

Lunch – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

Snack – 2 large romaine leaves, 1/2 cup simple keto egg salad

Dinner – 2 cups IBIH Keto Diet Soup

 

Pantry and Shopping Lists

 

Check your pantry for….

Dried onion flakes

Olive oil

Kosher salt

Ground black pepper

Red wine vinegar

 

Check your fridge for…

 

Dijon mustard

Mayonnaise

Lemon juice

 

Shopping List

 

16 eggs

1 pound butter

1 package of bacon

2 lbs of chicken breast (you’ll need 4 cups of cooked chicken for the soup)

2 cans tuna fish in water

small package sun dried tomatoes (you’ll need 1/4 cup chopped)

8 cups chicken broth or stock (homemade is best, but store-bought is also fine)

3 avocados

1 head romaine lettuce

1 package celery hearts

1 small onion

1 bulb garlic

8 oz white mushrooms

1 large celery root

2 medium yellow squash

1 large bunch of swiss chard (or collards)

1 bunch fresh basil

8 oz green beans

 

Be sure to let us know how you do!!!

 

 

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Written by Healthy Cat

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