13 Feb Carrot Ginger Immunity Soup
I love soup, but it just hasn’t been a very cold winter in San Diego, so I haven’t really been making too many lately. However, I was boldly reminded of how cold it is in the rest of the country this morning when my dad sent me this photo from Virginia.
And as I’ve seen via social media, Virginia isn’t the only state that looks like this right now.
If there are two things that are of top importance during times like these, it’s staying warm, and not getting sick. The carrot soup recipe I put together the other night was perfect for this. Ginger is great for your immune system and gives the soup a bit of a kick to warm you from the inside out. It’s nice and creamy so it feels like comfort food, but of course, it’s packed with vitamins and minerals and doesn’t have any heavy fatty ingredients.
The ginger + turmeric combo in this soup is also great natural alternative to anti-inflammatory pills. Carrots themselves boast a wide range of nutrients, including fiber, antioxidants, and beta carotene (good for eyes, skin and the tissue that lines all of your major organs) and the vitamin A in them is a great fighter against colds and flus.
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