When You're Sick Soup. And when you're sick, eating the right foods is more important than ever. Certain foods have powerful properties that can support your body while it's fighting an illness. I don't know what happened - woke up feeling SUPER Nauseous, like the kind where if you stand up you just feel sick as a dog.
Being sick never tasted so good. Few foods are as comforting as eating soup when you're recovering from a cold. And more often than not when you're unexpectedly ill, canned soup will be a part of the healing process. You can cook When You're Sick Soup using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of When You're Sick Soup
- It's 3 of large yellow onions chopped.
- Prepare 1/2 bag of shredded and cleaned collard greens.
- It's 1 bunch of celery chopped.
- Prepare 6-8 of red potatoes chopped.
- It's 1 bunch of cilantro chopped.
- It's 1 bunch of green onions chopped.
- It's 2 cartons of chicken stock.
- It's 1 of small bag of frozen corn.
- It's 3 of chicken breast.
- It's 1 of ring of smoked sausage (optional).
- Prepare 1 of small carton heavy cream.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of chopped garlic.
When you're sick, your immune system will likely receive "support" to fight the cold from standard over-the-counter cold medicines. However, in some instances, the nutrients from chicken noodle soup can aid with that support system. Studies have shown that a hearty bowl of chicken soup may help you to. But what we do know is that when you're sick, your body needs at least some nourishment.
When You're Sick Soup instructions
- Put onions, garlic, and meat in stock pot with a little olive oil and brown.
- Add chicken stock and rest of vegetable ingredients and bring to boil.
- Turn to simmer and add cream stirring occasionally until potatoes are done. About 20 minutes roughly. We dont like mushy greens so 20 minutes is perfect for us..
- Enjoy with a cup of hot tea and get feeling better quick..
- (you can add any frozen vegetables you like to this soup. Stay away from citrus due to the cream).
No matter how awful you feel, it's important to stick to a regular eating schedule because consuming fewer calories than normal can restrict your body's ability to heal. When you're sick, you hear it over and over: "Get plenty of fluids." Clear soups and broths give you calories when you may not have much of an appetite. Some research shows they may help relieve inflammation in the body, which can relieve some of your symptoms. When a sickness attacks your body, it needs as much energy as it can to fight it off. Alternatively, if you're sick and struggling to fall asleep, try taking a hot shower, which will help clear any mucus from your sinuses and wash the germs from your.