Chicken Soup When You’re Sick


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Okay, what is it about chicken soup that feels good when you’re sick? Grandma and Mom were right — a bowl of chicken soup does make you feel better.

Why this remedy?

Well, chicken soap contains cysteine, an amino acid that’s chemically similar to a bronchitis drug to help reduce inflammation. 

The broth also helps thin mucus, and the protein in the chicken helps you produce disease-fighting antibodies.

It also contains zinc which has been called “nature’s penicillin”

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