Several studies have shown that chicken soup can have an impact on the immune system. However, there is not a lot of research on this topic, possibly due to a lack of interest in studying chicken soup. Nevertheless, a study conducted in China and published in 2022 tested the effect of chicken broth on the immune response of mice with damaged immune systems. The results showed that chicken soup slowed down inflammatory cell movement, improved thymus gland activity, and enhanced the structure of the spleen, all of which are important for improving the immune response.
The study included various parameters such as cytokine levels, which are associated with viral diseases like COVID-19. The increase in cytokine levels can lead to unpleasant symptoms, and the study suggested that chicken soup may help improve the situation, although the exact mechanism is still unclear.
In terms of preparing chicken soup in a healthy way, it is recommended to remove visible fat from the chicken and wash it clean before cooking. Vegetables should be added at the end of the cooking process, and parsley can be added as a final touch. Spices can also be added to taste.
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