A soup is a healthy food option which is often served before meals. This is a tradition which is very popular all over the world. The contrary soups are extremely healthy and good for the body. This is cheap as well as delicious too.
This doesn’t mean, whenever you find an urge to drink soup, you have to go to restaurants because it can be easily prepared even at your home. This is the reason it is known as “queen of the food”. It is beneficial for curing some diseases like sore throat, cough and cold; it also provides us energy and makes the bones stronger. This is liked by any kind of diet lover. It is a wonderful appetizer and also elixir to health.
Soups are popular almost in every country. In China, it is a tradition that those who are suffering from bad health must served with soups as these are the healthy option for health. Even, the Jewish people are fond of taking chicken soups and called it Jewish Penicillin. In some other countries like UK, USA and Russia soups are very popular and known as healthy food option.
Whatever, soup you chose rather thick or clear soup, it is easy to digest and it is the strongest reason it is preferred by even the sick people. Soups are blessed with lots of fluid and some herbs make it healthier. Chicken soup and the tomato soup are one of the most popular and also healthy soups. Some other soup options are- pea soup, ham soup, onion soup, lentil soup, garlic soup and so on, as the list is endless.
If you are drinking a hot bowl of soup then it means you are comfortable and warm even in the winter season. You can also feel refreshed and cool if you drink soup in summer. It is s regulator of your body temperature.
Rather drinking soup is healthy but here is a very thin line between the healthy soup and health as if you take excessive cream and butter in your soup the healthy soup can turn to be the unhealthy one. In restaurants, to make soup more delicious, excessive cream and butter is used, which is however unhealthy. So, avoid adding cream and butter in excess.
So, drink soup and stay healthy!