Soups are low in cholesterol and are very healthy if they do not contain too much salt. In the home made soups, the cholesterol depends on the ingredients used. Table below gives the cholesterol content in soups.
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All cholesterol values are approximate.
(1 cup or as mentioned)
|Cholesterol in Onion mix, dry, 40g||2mg|
|Cholesterol in Tomato, canned, with milk||18mg|
|Cream of mushroom with milk||20mg|
|Cream of mushroom with water||2mg|
|Cream of chicken with water||10mg|
|Cream of chicken with milk||27mg|
|Beans with ham, canned||21mg|
|Beans with pork, canned||3mg|
|Beef noodle, canned||5mg|
|Chicken vegetable, canned||18mg|
|Chicken noodle, canned||20mg|
|Chicken with rice, canned||7mg|