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Would turkey soup (with or without noodles) help the 'common cold??'

Anna 2011/11/25 20:47:18
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  • Rocky 2011/11/25 20:52:08
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    Rocky
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    I have never heard any information either way, however, I do put a lot of faith in chicken brothe. It does seem to help in alleviating the symptoms of a cold....served hot and with a dash of black pepper in it!

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  • shadow76 2011/11/26 10:08:55
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    shadow76
    +2
    Chicken does so why wouldn't turkey?
  • mustangluver 2011/11/25 22:59:45
    No (and I'm not just saying to stick with traditional answers or saying this ...
    mustangluver
    +3
    It's not the soup, it's the steam...which you can do with just plain water...breathe in some steam..it's fantastic and it is great fro your skin. Also you can put a heating pad on your chest, it helps break up the mucous...
  • GLaDOS 2011/11/25 22:41:18 (edited)
    No (and I'm not just saying to stick with traditional answers or saying this ...
    GLaDOS
    +2
    Actually, I am answering it this way because it's the "correct" answer. No kind of soup actually fights the common cold. Just about any soup may help, as far as keeping you hydrated, warm, and full of vitamins that will keep your immune system going. The warmth of the broth aids in draining congestion, along with the steamy vapor. Hot tea does the same thing.
  • Sylmkael 2011/11/25 22:14:07
    Yes. Actually... (please leave a comment)
    Sylmkael
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    It will help warm u up ... that's for sure. Add in a little bit of chopped turkey .... and u have a winner
  • Bob DiN 2011/11/25 21:50:00
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    Bob DiN
    +2
    Like they say about chicken soup it can't hurt.
  • darcie lamar 2011/11/25 21:31:39
    Yes. Actually... (please leave a comment)
    darcie lamar
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    I make my cold remedy turkey soup with oriental hot crushed peppers and soy sauce. The trick is to get it really hot and breath in the vapors. I also get hot sour soup for colds. Hope it helps.
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2011/11/25 21:30:06
    Yes. Actually... (please leave a comment)
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
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    Soup is a great nutritious dish the stock in soup is quickly absorbed by the body and aids the body in righting off disease
  • TuringsChild 2011/11/25 21:12:55
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    TuringsChild
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    Maybe. But it'd probably help more to add some raw garlic just before serving. Cooked garlic doesn't do much, but raw seems to kill colds and flu overnight.
  • Just MEH....Piwan 2011/11/25 21:08:05
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    Just MEH....Piwan
    +3
    Not that different from a chicken, plus BIGGER..maybe can cure more than common cold, LOL!
  • Crazy Feet 2011/11/25 21:00:03
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    Crazy Feet
    +3
    Turkey makes you sleepy so why wouldn't that help in getting the rest you need to get better,and hot steaming broth helps your breathing/sinus I would think.
  • keymanjim 2011/11/25 20:59:07
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    keymanjim
    +2
    It couldn't hurt.
  • Rocky 2011/11/25 20:52:08
    Hmm, great question. Why not??
    Rocky
    +5
    I have never heard any information either way, however, I do put a lot of faith in chicken brothe. It does seem to help in alleviating the symptoms of a cold....served hot and with a dash of black pepper in it!

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