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Gut Healing Chicken Soup

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Program: Food Matters Main Meal Recipes | Episode: 16 | Runtime: 5m 3s | Release date: 2016

This gut healing chicken soup is brimming with nature's bounty. The base is made from gut-healing bone broth and packed full of nutrient-packed vegetables.

Serves: 4 large portions

Why it is good for you:

Bone broths are extraordinarily rich in protein and minerals. Glycine supports digestion and the body's natural detoxification process; and proline, especially when paired with vitamin C, supports good skin health.

Bone broths are also rich in gelatin, which is great for healthy skin and joint health. Gelatin also supports digestive health.

Ever wondered why chicken soup is good for a cold? Chicken broth inhibits neutrophil migration and helps lessen the side effects of colds, flus and upper respiratory infections.

Featuring:
James Colquhoun

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Deb Bick | 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Made the organic chicken in the stock pot today - interesting response and immediate regarding elimination - a little bland to taste added lemon and chilli
Very very filling thank you
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 3 months, 3 weeks ago
You're very much welcome, Deb! Glad to hear you loved it :) ~ Iris
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Brenda Boyce | 4 months ago
Hi, I've only just joined FMTV (half an hour ago) and this is the first video I've watched. I was soooooo impressed with the presentation and its clarity. I'm off to buy my organic chicken today! Thank you so much for this information and I can't wait to start learning more. For those of us living in the UK who are having difficulty finding an organic chicken, these can be got easily at Aldi's supermarket (who are also in many other countries). Love and blessings to you all at FMTV and to all your membership. xxx
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 4 months ago
Thanks for sharing an important information, Brenda! Feel free to send any feedback, we'd love to hear them from lovely members like you. ~ Jasmin
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Yashoda Judy Blue | 4 months, 4 weeks ago
where is the vegetarian version?
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Karelle | FMTV | 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Hello Yashoda. You may replace chicken broth with vegetable broth and use tempeh instead of chicken. You may also want to check this recipe https://www.fmtv.com/watch/potassium-balance-broth. :)
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Rayna | 6 months ago
Made the soup but was wondering why we keep the skin on the chicken when making the stock? Any reason?
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Hi Rayna! The chicken skin is loaded with valuable nutrients like healthy fats and collagen which is essential for tissue repair and can heal leaky gut syndrome. Best regards, Jasmin ❤
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Jill Bellchambers | 6 months, 1 week ago
Thanks so much for the link https://www.fmtv.com/watch/potassium-balance-broth. I made this today with a few additions to make a hearty dinner soup. It was delicious. My changes were 1. I already had celery stock that I make from all the leaves and tiny bits of celery, simmered with a whole red onion. When cooled I squeeze all the juices out of the celery and discard. So I used this instead of water. Secondly I used all the ingredients in the FMTV recipe. Do note that the onion and leek in the written recipe is missing from the TV demo. I added about a tablespoon of Braggs 24 herbs and spices mix and a carrot cit up to give it some orange colour. When serving I added 1 teaspoon of savoury yeast flakes to serve and stirred through. Now I have enough on hand to replace the Chicken broth day for the coming week.
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Jill Bellchambers | 6 months, 2 weeks ago
What can you suggest for the broth when not using chicken? I understand about the healing properties but I can't bring myself to eat it. Thank you.
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