Soup Science: Is Spoonful of Comfort's Chicken Soup a Weapon to Battle the Flu and Cold Season?

Many old sayings praise chicken soup as a natural way to sooth the soul. Spoonful of Comfort explores the benefits of chicken soup.

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Spoonful of Comfort's proclaimed Flu Fighter Package is a get-well gift that gives flu sufferers something to feel good about. Delivered right to a recipient’s door (no germs exchanged!).

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) January 31, 2014

Cold and flu season is nothing to sneeze at. Humans are bombarded with viruses, germs and bacteria each day. Once someone comes down with something that their immune system can't withstand, that's when they become sick. Spoonful of Comfort's proclaimed Flu Fighter Package is a get-well gift that gives flu sufferers something to feel good about. Delivered right to a recipient’s door (no germs exchanged!).

While it's certainly a treat to receive a gift from Spoonful of Comfort, it turns out it supports the body too. Since flu is caused by a virus and not treatable with antibiotics, doctors often recommend other remedies. Hot soup helps relieve symptoms like stuffiness, congestion and sore throat. It's also essential in preventing dehydration, a common effect from fever. Spoonful of Comfort goes the extra step to encourage the "plenty of rest" doctors suggest by offering blankets and cozy socks to add to this get-well gift package.

What is with chicken soup that helps in sending a cold and flu away? Perhaps it is the relaxing effect that is given from the steam of a nice, hot bowl – it moistens the nasal passages and clears up congestion. Or, perhaps it's the comfort of being warm that helps someone get rid of cold and flu. An old saying reads, "feed a cold and starve a fever." Spoonful of Comfort is doing their part to "feed a cold" into defeat.

This package is just one of many thoughtful gift ideas Spoonful of Comfort has been simmering up since 2008. The company is dedicated to the memory of Mona Bowes, mother, friend and chicken soup connoisseur. A portion of all sales supports cancer research and patient advocacy via a memorial fund in her name. To bundle up to this soothing soup, or to gift it to someone you love, visit spoonfulofcomfort.com or call 1-877-404-7678.


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