Dr Oz: Healing Powers of Soup
Do you think that soup is healing? Science has proven that it has health benefits, and Dr Oz’s mother and his wife agree. Has soup helped you stay healthy or feel better when you are sick? Soup expert Jenny Levison was on the show to make her Cold & Flu Fighting Super Soup Recipe.
Dr Oz: Healing Soups from Around the World
Here are some ways we use soup for health all over the planet:
- Russian Beet Soup with red onions
- Rajma Curry from India with garlic, coriander, and turmeric
- Greek-inspired Chicken, Lemon & Oregano soup
Dr Oz: Jenny’s Cold & Flu Fighting Super Soup Recipe Ingredients
A woman who traveled the world for years, visiting 25 countries, and everywhere she went, she could find some type of soup on the menu. This Souper Soup can keep you healthy and going strong thanks to super food ingredients that are healthy and delicious.
Turmeric is the queen of spices, which is great in winter. Oregano, Thyme, and Red Chile are great additions, and White Beans are also great to make this hearty for you. You can throw this together in almost no time at all for a soup to keep you warm and healthy in the winter.
- 1 Red Onion
- 4 15-oz cans White Beans
- 2 tbsp Thyme
- 2 tbsp Turmeric
- 2 1/2 Red Chiles
- 6 cups low sodium Vegetable Broth
- 2 tbsp Oregano
- Olive Oil
Dr Oz: Cold- and Flu-Fighting Super Soup Recipe Directions
- In a stock pot on medium heat, saute the onions with chiles, spices and beans, along with three tablespoons of olive oil.
- Pour in the vegetable broth.
- Bring to a boil. Then let simmer for 45-60 minutes.
- Serve to boost your immunity!
Dr Oz: Recycle Your Leftovers
Doctor Oz shared another health tip for weight loss and dieting. Here are some ways you can automate your meals. Recycle your leftovers by rolling them over into new meals.
- Hamburgers can roll over into a chopped breakfast skillet hash.
- Chicken can turn into a shredded chicken salad tossed in Greek yogurt.
- Kitchen Sink Salad lets you throw together whatever is in the fridge for a flavorful salad in olive oil and vinegar.
Do you have a favorite leftover recycling meal idea? Share your suggestions in the comments.