Foods to Eat When You Have a Cold or Feel One Coming On

You know chicken soup is excellent for the soul, but it's also helpful for colds. Chicken broth with celery, carrots, and onions has unmatched therapeutic properties.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Vitamins A and C, water, and broth soothe inflammation in this garlicky sweet potato and butternut squash soup. By roasting the vegetables ahead of time and mixing, this soup is quick to make.

Roasted Garlic Butternut Soup

This sick day soup is easy to make with hydrating veggies and vitamins. Set the slow cooker and forget it. When you're sick, cook it while you sleep.

Slow & Easy Minestrone

When you're sick, this fruit salad is excellent. Oranges, melon, and grapefruit provide immune-boosting vitamin C, while fresh ginger aids digestion in this easy salad.

Citrus Melon Mingle

This simple, creamy soup is full with antioxidants. Tarragon, a manganese-rich plant, is also included to the recipe. Reduce cell stress using this mineral.

Carrot Soup with Orange & Tarragon

Kale contains vitamins A and C, which reduce cold intensity. If you don't want to boil the kale, sauté it with olive oil. This leafy green vegetable's crispness may be preserved by sautéing.

Warm Tasty Greens with Garlic

These carotenoid-rich carrots have powerful flavor from olive oil, rosemary, cumin, and black pepper. As they roast, you don't have to watch them. Set a timer and relax.

Rosemary Roasted Baby Carrots


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