October 16, 2020
Just some Nutritional Facts about chicken soup. This is my mother's recipe passed down from my Hungarian Jewish grandmother.
Add to: 2 quarts boiling water
*You may also add dill and garlic to taste.
After all ingredients are added, turn heat down to a simmer, and cook for 60-90 minutes of until chicken is thoroughly cooked.
1 tablespoon olive oil (extra virgin)
|Contains a nutrient called Squalene which is an excellent antioxidant.|
|1 whole chicken||Chicken collagen is known for its anti-inflammatory effect.|
|2 onions||Contains Bioflavanoids line Quercitin and Anthocyanins which acts as anti-oxidants and natural anti-histamines.|
2 quarts boiling water
Salt (sea salt)
|Helps replace minerals lost from fever.|
|2 bay leaves||Contains lots of chromium which is important to maintain blood sugar balance|
|1 large carrot||A good source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C which are both great for the immune system.|
|1 celery stalk||Contains d-limonene, an anti-oxidant which is excellent for detoxification.|
|1/2 teaspoon dried thyme||Phenols help as a cough suppressant|
|1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves||Works as a natural diuretic and kidney tonic|
**You may also use dill and garlic
Both have bacteriostic properties
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1. Go “protein style” with your burger
Take a note from In-N-Out’s not-so-secret-menu and go lower-carb version: wrap your beef patty or veggie patty in a large romaine or collard green leaf. Or just eat it atop veggie sides!