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Nutritionists Advice: Is it necessary to eat soups?

Is it necessary to eat soups? Our nutritionist, Elena Garagulya, answers your important questions and this week we discuss whether or not it is necessary to eat soups. To learn more about this topic, read below:

Is it necessary to eat soups?

Question: Is it necessary to eat soups? If you eat salads, a main course and drink a lot of water, will such a diet be enough?

Answer: It is not necessary to eat soups if there is no desire or opportunity. Enough fluid will be supplied to the body with water, with herbal teas, berry smoothies, with salads of juicy vegetables – carrots, cabbage, in winter and spring, and cucumbers, herbs, peppers and tomatoes – in summer. But in the presence of gastrointestinal diseases, in which the absorption of nutrients in the small intestine is impaired, or in case of disbiosis of the large intestine, when the beneficial symbiont is not enough microflora, it is recommended to use vegetable, fish, mushroom broths, with the addition of dill seeds, cumin, coriander, bay leaves, etc. for rapid absorption of nutrients, vitamins and micro elements. This is especially important during the recovery period after acute respiratory viral infections and influenza or other diseases.


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