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6 ways to prevent swine flu in kids

No-cook chicken soup

A 2008 study at the University of Nebraska confirmed that chicken soup really does help those suffering from a cold or flu. Not only does the warm liquid hydrate the body and comfort clogged nasal
passages, it has an anti-inflammatory effect that may speed recovery.

You can give homemade chicken soup to anyone, anywhere… without having to cook! Spoonful of Comfort sells of old-fashioned, homemade chicken soup in a jar. The all-natural ingredients
include chicken stock, chicken, pasta noodles, carrots, celery, onion, parsley, salt and pepper – no additives or preservatives.

Keep some on hand during flu season – just heat and eat!

Would you rather make your own chicken soup? Check out a yummy and easy recipe for homemade hearty
chicken soup here.

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