The turkey soup can be prepared by breaking down turkey in water or other fat mediums. There are a number of recipes which are used by the varied number of producer/ providers of turkey soup. The calorie count of a few is given below.
The vegetable turkey soup is given a B grade. The total calories in 1 cup or 241.0g of the soup are said to be 72, with 27 calories coming from fat. The total fat content in the serving is 3.0g with 0.9g of it being saturated fat, 0.7g being polyunsaturated fat and 1.3g being monounsaturated fats. The cholesterol content is 2mg, sodium content is 906m and the protein content is 3.1 g. The total carbohydrates are 8.6g with only 0.5g of it being dietary fibres. The good points of the soup are low cholesterol, no sugar, high manganese and very high vitamin A. The bad point is the high sodium content.
The turkey noodle soup produced by Campbell’s is graded a C+. The total calories in one serving i.e. ½ cup or 126.0g of the soup are 70 and the calories from fat are 18. The fat content in the serving is 2.0g with 1.0g saturated fats. The cholesterol content is 10mg, sodium is 890mg and protein is 3.0 g. The total carbohydrates are 9.0g with 1.0g of them being dietary fibres and 1.0g being sugars. The high amount of sodium in this soup is a negative point.
The Wegmans turkey chilli soup is graded B- and has a total of 240 calories. 81 calories of these come from the fat content. Total fat content is 9.0g with 2.0g saturated fat. The cholesterol content is about 40mg, sodium is 1100mg and the protein content is 19.0 g. The total carbohydrates in the serving are 21.0g with the division between dietary fibres and sugars being 3.0g and 6.0g respectively. The high sodium in this soup is a bad point.