Chicken soup’s not just for the soul: Gran’s broth can fight malaria
A new study of soup broths from recipes passed down across generations yields surprisingly hearty results
Some soups may be good for more than just the soul.
A new study suggests that certain homemade broths – made from chicken, beef or even just vegetables – might have properties that can help fight malaria.
Researcher Jake Baum of Imperial College London asked children from diverse cultural backgrounds at state-funded Eden Primary School to bring in homemade clear soup broth from recipes that had been passed down across generations to treat fever...