6 Easy Flu Fighting Recipes

Winter is all about comfort food and warming meals to make you feel good. We’ve rounded up our favourite flu fighting recipes to help you recharge and stay healthy through the cold months.

These flu fighting recipes are packed with natural herbs and spices, loads of fruit and veggies and key ingredients known to keep the doctor away.

Is bone broth healthy?

Bone broth is rich in minerals that are great for your immune system. Try out our Hearty Chicken Bone Broth recipe, and read up on the health benefits of bone broth.

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Hearty chicken bone broth recipe 

Does turmeric boost the immune system?

Turmeric is known to have many healing benefits, including boosting your immune system. Try out our turmeric hummus recipe, and read up on ways you can use more turmeric every day.

flu fighting recipes turmeric hummus

Delicious turmeric hummus recipe

How does ginger help your body?

A 2011 study by The Journal of Microbiology and Antimicrobials found that ginger root and plant extracts could actually fight certain strains of bacteria. They were more effective, in some cases, than the antibiotics used in the study. Try out our recipe for Tasty Prawn and Ginger Stir-fry. 

flu fighting recipes ginger stir fry

Tasty prawn and ginger stir-fry recipe

Does chicken soup help a cold?

Researchers have looked into the health benefits of ‘Jewish penicillin’, and have found that the anti-inflammatory properties in chicken soup do indeed sooth cold and flu symptoms. Try out our Warming Chicken Soup recipe.

flu fighting recipes warming chicken soup

Warming chicken soup recipe

How do apples help your body?

Apples are rich in antioxidants, and are also an important source of fibre for your body. Looking for a hearty breakfast dish for a winter morning? Try out Sarah Graham’s Coconut and Apple Overnight Oats recipe.

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Sarah Graham’s apple overnight oats recipe

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