gm.acetonemagazine.org
New recipes

Chicken Soups to Fight Colds (Slideshow)

Chicken Soups to Fight Colds (Slideshow)


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.


Heed your mother’s advice and whip up a pot of chicken soup for your cold

Chicken Soups to Fight Colds

When you get a cold, the first thing your grandmother tells you to do is probably to eat some chicken soup. While you may want to brush off Gram’s advice, there’s scientific evidence that chicken soup actually does ease cold symptoms and, in addition to over-the-counter meds and lots of rest, can help cure your cold.

Magical Chicken Ginseng Soup

Ginseng has been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a cure-all; it is thought to improve overall well-being and mental health. Combined with chicken and hot broth, this soup may just cure your cold. Click here to see the recipe.

Lemon Chicken Soup with Dumplings

Lemon juice brightens up a classic chicken soup recipe and adds in an extra shot of vitamin C. Click here to see the recipe.

Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

Also known as “Jewish penicillin,” matzo ball soup starts out with cooking a whole chicken into a flavorful stock. The trick to light and fluffy matzo balls is handling the balls at little as possible. Click here to see the recipe.

Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken and Orzo Soup

Chicken soup for when you can’t hang around the kitchen all day. Add the orzo and spinach a few minutes before you’re ready to eat. Click here to see the recipe.

Asian Chicken with Pea Soup

Add red pepper flakes to this easy chicken soup for a kick of heat and health benefits; capsaicin, a compound found in hot peppers, has antibacterial properties and is said to alleviate pain, headaches, and sinus blockages. Click here to see the recipe.

Gluten-Free Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken soup for the gluten-free soul. If you’re short on time, use shredded rotisserie chicken and store-bought low-sodium stock for this easy chicken soup. Click here to see the recipe.

Greek Avgolemono Soup

iStock/Thinkstock

Eggs add an extra dose of protein and vitamin B to a traditional Greek chicken soup. For a healthier option, substitute brown rice for white. Click here to see the recipe.

Chicken and Quinoa Soup

Canned tomatoes add antioxidants like lycopene and vitamins C, A, and E to already healthy chicken and quinoa soup. Click here to see the recipe.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.


Immunity-boosting chicken soup

There's nothing a bowl of chicken soup won't cure, is there? Photo: Eddie Jim

Of all the folk remedies for fighting a head cold, a hearty bowl of chicken soup has to be the hands-down winner. So pervasive is the belief in the healing power of chicken soup - aka “Jewish penicillin” - that scientists have actually taken it into the lab for testing.

One such study, undertaken in 2000 by Dr Stephen Rennard (a pulmonary expert from Nebraska) concluded it was the anti-inflammatory properties of many of chicken soup's ingredients that helped ease the symptoms of a cold by reducing congestion.

While such studies can't be considered conclusive, they do add weight to the claims of grandmothers across the centuries.