The difference between Foodz Du Chef and ready-to-eat protein soups

If you don't know what Foodz Du Chef we are going to tell you now. It is a delicious and nutritious instant meal that provides your body with all the essentials to thrive. Our carefully crafted formula combines high-quality ingredients, delivering 25g of protein, fiber and a host of 25 essential vitamins and minerals, plus optimal amounts of fats and carbohydrates. With the growing number of supporters of protein soups ready to gain or lose muscle mass, we decided to show the nutritional differences between the two products, comparing the nutritional tables between them. Read until the end and find out the difference between them!

What are protein soups?

As protein soups are a popular option for those looking to lose weight or gain muscle mass. Composed of proteins, vegetables and spices, they are a healthy and tasty option for a balanced diet. Protein soups are high in protein and low in calories and carbohydrates, making them ideal for those looking to lose weight without sacrificing taste. However, it is important to remember that these soups may contain excessive amounts of sodium¹, which can lead to health problems like high blood pressure and fluid retention. 

Therefore, it is necessary to carefully consider the pros and cons of protein soups before adding them to your daily diet. Although they are a healthy and tasty option, it is important to maintain a balance and avoid excessive consumption of sodium.

What is Foodz Du Chef?

In this article, it has already been explained what Foodz Du Chef is. It is not just an instant noodle, but a Smart and Healthy Food option created by nutritionists and food engineers, which meets 18 to 100% of daily nutritional needs. It contains 25g of protein, the ideal amount for a meal of 2000 Kcal, fiber and a complete vitamin blend, including vitamin A, B, C, D, E, as well as minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, manganese, copper, folic acid, chromium and biotin. Now, let's compare the nutritional tables with those of protein soups to see if Foodz Du Chef can replace them.

Analyzing the Protein Soup Nutritional Table

For this sample, we considered a traditional sachet of protein soups, which has 35g, which is the amount of nutrients being the average of two types of soups. The Daily Values of reference² are based on a diet of 2000 kcal or 8400 kJ.

It is noticed that protein soup has a very high amount of sodium, and its constant consumption can increase the propensity of diseases such as hypertension, cardiovascular, bone and kidney problems. The product has a very good amount of protein, with a low amount of fat. The fiber value comes from the amount of vegetables and legumes present in the soups, this also shows that there is still the presence of vitamins and minerals, but at a low level. For a complete meal, protein soups cannot be good substitutes, due to the lack of good fats and the vitamin mix being still shallow.

Analyzing the Nutritional Chart of Foodz Du Chef

This analysis will start from a portion (90g) of Foodz Du Chef. See the table:

Foodz Du Chef is a complete and balanced meal, with all the nutrients needed for a healthy diet. With 7.4g of fiber, 3g more than protein soups. Foodz Du Chef has 25g of proteins that help to prolong satiety. In addition, it is rich in vitamins and minerals, regulated by WHO, Sanitary Surveillance and Anvisa standards, and is a plant-based option, concerned with the health and well-being of consumers.

Flavors available include Mushroom Chicken, Bolognese and Mac N' Cheese, seasoned with a special blend of garlic powder, mustard powder, parsley flakes, pink Himalayan salt, smoked paprika and turmeric.

Try Foodz Du Chef, you will be surprised with this Smart and Healthy Food!


Foodz Du Chef (7) - BRL 19.98 per meal





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