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Oct 17, 2000 ... Grandma was right, after all: Chicken soup is good for the cold, not just the soul. ... Some doctors believe that the soup's benefits are mainly ... of mucous, which may cause the traditional cold season symptoms of stuffy heads, ...


Oct 12, 2007 ... A pediatrician recently told me that to treat colds, chicken soup may be a ... soup essentially helps reduce upper respiratory cold symptoms.


Feb 22, 2016 ... What the evidence says about the health benefits of the popular home remedy. ... When you feel the achy, stuffy onset of a cold or flu, what's the first meal you grab ... If it's a bowl of steaming hot chicken soup, you're definitely not alone. ..... Some research suggests chicken soup in particular can help reduce ...


Dec 22, 2012 ... But the benefits of chicken soup to those suffering from a cold ends as soon ... While Vitamin C won't stop you getting a cold, it might reduce the ...


In fact, chicken soup is good for soothing both cold and flu symptoms. The hot ... lessen nasal symptoms, but certainly would not shorten the duration of infection.


Dec 23, 2015 ... Dr Juliane Schlag, of the University of Hull, explains chicken soup can help a cold as it thins mucus in the lungs, clears a congested nose and is ...


Make no bones about it – chicken soup is the nation's go-to dish when we're feeling blue ... in the body, which in turn may help to ease the symptoms of a pesky cold. ... of healthy, easily digested calories, with heaps of added nutritional benefits. ... and it's this that studies suggest helps reduce that stuffy, congested feeling in ...


Oct 18, 2000 ... The suspected benefits of chicken soup were reported centuries ago. ... Many, if not most, symptoms related to colds are likely the result of the ...


Dec 19, 2014 ... ... that chicken soup could help reduce upper-respiratory inflammation, ... Instead, they lead to those cold-like symptoms that make you feel ... Fortunately, you needn't marry into the family to gain these elusive soup benefits.