The Healing Soup

thehealing soup

This Soup Recipe has been nicknamed The Healing Soup.  First made popular by Sister Kenny, who did miracles with children with rheumatoid arthritis.  Now adopted by Cancer Centers of America as one of the best preventative soups.

This delicious soup is packed with ingredients shown in clinical studies to relieve joint pain, prevent cancer and heart disease, reduce blood sugar and prevent memory loss.


1 onion 2 carrots 2 celery sticks 3 medium-sized potatoes 4 medium-sized tomatoes 14-oz. can of chickpeas 5 cups vegetable stock 1 tsp. ground cinnamon1 ½ tsp. ground turmeric 1 Tbsp. grated gingerroot 1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper ½ tsp. curry powder 4 strands of saffron 1 bay leaf 1 Tbsp. fresh-squeezed lemon juice.


1. Dice celery, onion and potatoes. Peel and dice carrots. Dice tomatoes, remove seeds. 2. Pour 1½ cups of the veggie stock into large saucepan. Add onions and simmer for a few minutes. 3. While onions are simmering, deal with the spices. Mix in the cinnamon, curry, turmeric, cayenne, and ginger and add 2 Tbsp. of the vegetable stock. Mix well. 4. Add this mix to the onions and stock already being heated. 5. Add the rest of your veggie stock to the onion and stock mix and let soup return to boil. Stir, then cover and heat. 6. After 5 minutes, add the potatoes, tomatoes, celery, and carrots and allow it to simmer in the covered saucepan for 20 – 30 minutes or until carrots and celery are tender. 7. Pour in the chickpeas, black pepper, saffron,and fresh-squeezed lemon juice and heat thoroughly before serving. 8. Enjoy!

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