Chicken soup

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When you are ill, it’s common for someone to bring you chicken soup, as the hearty and warm mx of nutrients and protein can help strengthen the immune system and get your feeling back to normal. The same thing is true for hangovers, when your body chemistry is out of whack and depleted of nutrients. Chicken soup, particularly when prepared with proper chicken stock and a healthy blend of vegetables, will be rich in minerals, nutrients and protein that your body needs to recuperate. Next time you wake up with a pounding headache from a long night of drinking, chicken soup should be your go-to remedy! Protection Status
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