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Chicken Soup for the Soul and Harvard Health serve up inspiration, information
- By: Julie Silver, M.D., Chief Editor of Books, Harvard Health Publishing
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Anti-stress Soup: Gazpacho may fight Oxidation, Stress and Inflammation. The research suggests that gazpacho /cold veggie soup/ can help you chill out in more ways than one this summer. Consumption of the vegetable soup decreases the stress.
Chicken soup can certainly help you in calming down and dealing with life changes. Honestly I use lavender oil in a diffuser in the kitchen while I am cooking. This seems to help me deal with life changes. Let’s be honest, these types of changes in our lives are difficult to say the least.
Harvard Medical plus Chicken Soup for the Soul, wow truly this is an inspiration specially those who are going under difficult times. I’m excited to check the book out. I have been searching for blogs to help people who are having anxiety or stress disorder
Harvard Medical plus Chicken Soup for the Soul: that’s certainly an interesting collaboration! Can’t wait to pick this up, I usually enjoy the stories in these series and like to read it while working on my sales associate resume on a rainy day.
I truly believe inspiration can come from the most difficult of situations. It can be hard to try to find the positive in most situations when you are going through a hard time. I have found that whenever you are going through a rough time to focus on the people around you that need help, this makes it easier to forget about your own problems. I like to focus on my son who is the most amazing person in my life.
can you tell me how to decrease out body fat with these types of sop
I won’t be able to thank you fully for the information on your article.
more like chicken soup.
When I lost my sister unexpectedly it sent me into an emotional and physical tailspin, and I couldn’t understand how my body was reacting and why it was beyond my control. As you will read in “In Cuffs” in the Chicken Soup Say Goodbye to Stress book, I sought wise counsel through my nurse practioner, and began the healing process. I hope my story gives you insight…and a few chuckles as well!
Looking forward to reading your story Mary. I know you will be an inspiration to many, as you have to me. Can’t wait to get the book:) I know there will be some laughter through it all:)
I am delighted to have my article “Staying Sharp at 95” included in BOOST YOUR BRAIN POWER! My mother-in-law, Lillian Seewald, was a unique woman and had much insight and wisdom to offer regarding staying mentally fit. I am glad for the opportunity to share that with others. It actually thrilled me even more than receiving good reviews on my latest novel.
I feel honored to have my story, “Just Breathe” in “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Stress.” When we moved to Cuenca, Ecuador I had to do a lot of breathing to make it through the final weeks before our departure. This is a great book which combines great medical advice backed up with real-life stories!
I was so honored to have my story, “My Husbands Motto,” included in “Say Goodbye to Back Pain.” Besides the other inspiring stories, the information Dr. Silver added makes this book on back pain very unique. Everyone who finds themselves looking for options on how it should be treated needs this book. Thanks Chicken Soup and Dr. Silver!
I’m so proud to be one of the contributors to Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain. I hope this very enlightening issue is a great help to others.
Say Goodbye to Back Pain: A Long and Bumpy Road to Relief
i love chiken soup, poor chiken,when i am thik i only eat it and i am seventy three.
As a contributor to the book, with my true life story, The Real Deal, I hope you find it equally as informative and inspirational as I do.
I usually like to have chicken soup when I’m sick but I find the information really interesting anyhow.
Thanks for posting a very sweet article. So much needed data i’ll get and keep in my file.Thank u so much.
Yay for beans and rice! Last night I made some tasty grub here’s the recipe:1 med onion, cepophd4 cloves garlic, minced2 T olive oil2 cups black beans (soaked, cooked, ready to go or 1 can)1 can stewed tomatoes2 cups hot cooked brown riceSaute onion and garlic til tender. Add drained beans, undrained tomatoes (and if you want some spice, some ground red pepper). Bring to boil; reduce heat. Simmer, uncovered, 15 mins.Serve on top of rice. I also recommend adding some corn, salsa, and maybe some sour cream. Delish, easy, cheap, easy to double.
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Wow, that’s hilarious! You guys are hysterical! I feel better already!…Wait, you’re kidding, right???
The “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain!” sounds interesting. It will definitely be a good motivational in my course of work for treating people with back pain. Please let me know where I can get a copy of it.
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