Sun. Nov 28th, 2021

Researchers collected neutrophils – white blood cells — from blood donated by healthy volunteers.

In their findings, the team found the movement of neutrophils was reduced, suggesting that chicken soup might have an anti-inflammatory activity, which may ease symptoms and shorten upper respiratory tract infections.

“A variety of soup preparations were evaluated and found to be variably, but generally, able to inhibit neutrophils,” Doctor Rennard said.

“Many store-bought, prepared and even canned soups, had the same inhibitory effect.”


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