In Handy Tips, we find ways to improve your life and make it easier and explain why these tips work. Today, we will figure out whether eating soup is actually good for you.
Is eating soup good for you? Internet is replete with conflicting expert opinions on this matter. Who should you believe? Only us.
Nutritionists at the National University of Singapore believe that the strongest animal-based broth helps to improve the functioning of the cardiovascular system, and they attribute this effect to the fact that the broth contains special proteins that are necessary for the normal functioning of the heart and blood vessels.
When getting into the body, warm meat or chicken broth is quickly absorbed by the intestines, and the liver does not have time to process the large quantities of meat extracts contained in the broth. As a result, extracts in the form of undigested poisons bypass the liver and begin their journey throughout the body, causing harm to the internal organs.
Final decision: Yes
Soup is a source of liquid. So if you drink not enough water and suffer from dehydration, eat soup. Anyway, the soup, especially when heated, is a ballast of nutrients destroyed by boiling.