Chicken Soup is one of our staples, this tasty and long touted liquid gold for health is whipped up when we have a cold or are feeling a bit under the weather, not only does it taste great, has lot's of nutrition and tastes great.
It's a delicious Soup that can be made during winter to nourish and support optimum health, and is light enough to lift and boost you into Spring and ward off the bugs that float around during the seasonal change.
The Reishi adds an extra boost that will help elevate, nourish and support health and longevity. As the Queen of Medicinal Mushrooms, it is truely one of our favourites, who's compounds can help reduce inflammation and fatigue, supporting the bodies ability to adapt and perform. So much to love about this historically made yumminess.
Chicken is high in protein, but also offers some other nutrients including; selenium (Protects cells from oxidative stress, helps the thyroid produce hormones, benefits reproductive health, helps fight cancer), Rio (Assists with growth and development, helps the body metabolize protein, assists in the production of hemoglobin and red blood cells), B Vitamins (aiding energy, supporting growth and supports the Nervous System), Vitamin A (eye and skin health). Chicken is also low in calories, easy to digest and delicious.
The body turns betacarotene into vitamin A which is really important for eye and skin health among other things.
Adaptogen (Mushroom Complex)
Helping the body adapt to stress.
Immunomodulation (Mushroom Complex)
Strengthening, balancing, supporting and regulating the immune system, optimising immune response (great for winter).
Reishi (Mushroom Complex)
Known historically as the Mushroom of Immortality, Reishi's compounds have been shown to provide good all around calming and relaxing effects as well as supporting the immune system.
Chaga (Mushroom Complex)
Chaga is packed with anti-oxidants with studies suggesting its compounds have the capacity to provide support for the immune system and its ability to modulate it.
Cordyceps (Mushroom Complex)
Cordyceps has been used for cognitive and athletic performance along with it's possible immunomodulatory effects.