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[IP] FW: NNF - Jewish Penicillin

Today post from Nutrition News Focus.  I will observe that by leaving out
the noodles, it is almost carb free.

Jim Handsfield
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The opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent those of
my wife who runs this house and makes more important decisions than I do.

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> Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 10:11 PM
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> Subject: NNF - Jewish Penicillin
> November 7, 2000
> "Nutrition news is important.  We help you understand it!"
> Today's Topic: Jewish Penicillin
> Chicken soup goes by many names besides its usual one, including the
> one in the headline.  The October 2000 issue of CHEST carried a study
> of how this soup might alleviate symptoms of the common cold.  While
> this was a scientific study, it appears the authors had their tongues
> planted firmly in their cheeks when they weren't slurping soup.
> It was found that chicken soup lessened the amount of white blood
> cells attracted in test tubes.  The gold standard in this study was
> labeled "Grandma's recipe," but commercial soups also showed similar
> activity.  However, the activity by canned or packaged soups ranged
> from almost none to extremely effective.  Grandma's homemade soup was
> in the middle of the pack.
> HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: The effectiveness of
> chicken soup is rediscovered every so often by scientists.  Any warm
> liquid is good for a cold and soothes the throat.  Chicken soup may
> kill viruses and reduce inflammation, but matzoh balls don't seem to
> add to its medicinal effect.
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