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We have an absolutely delicious treat to share with you today.

It’s the latest in healthy Thrive Naturals recipes…

And it packed with plenty of vitamins, minerals — and a whole lot of flavor.

Plus, it’ll take no time at all to prepare.

Now, in recent months, we’ve talked about how giving your body the proper nutrients can help you get the healthy feeling body you deserve…

And luckily, there’s one magnificent ingredient — perfect for any time of year — that delivers amazing benefits for your body…

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Ginger.

That’s right…

Ginger helps improve your digestive health and has even been shown to prevent stomach discomfort. (1)

It even aids in accelerating gastric emptying, or, how your body moves food from your stomach to your small intestine. (2)

This works to reduce your risk of heartburn and other bothersome stomach concerns.

Today, we’ve decided to combine the power of ginger — to create an absolutely delicious soup you can enjoy all year long.

Here’s what you’ll need for…

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Thrive Naturals’ Healing Cantonese Soup

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 35 mins
Total: 45 mins Servings: 2

Ingredients
3 quarts chicken (or veggie) stock
1 head Napa cabbage, sliced
4 slices fresh ginger root

Directions
Place your chicken/veggie stock into a large pot and bring it to a boil over high heat. Next, add in your sliced cabbage and sliced ginger.

This is going to reduce the temperature of the mixture a bit, so let everything get back up to a boil.

Once there, reduce the heat to a medium-low setting and let it simmer until all of those incredible flavors blend (Usually around 20 minutes).

Now, you’re ready for the final, key step — enjoying your meal.

This healthy soup is one of the tastiest we’ve ever made — and your body will love it, too.

So be sure to print this out and keep this handy or add it to your recipe book…

And feel free to share this recipe with your loved ones.

I’m positive they’ll enjoy them too.

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SOURCES:

(1) Tangjitman, Kornkanok, Chalobol Wongsawad, Kaweesin Kamwong, Treetip Sukkho, and Chusie Trisonthi. 2015. “Ethnomedicinal Plants Used For Digestive System Disorders By The Karen Of Northern Thailand”. Journal Of Ethnobiology And Ethnomedicine 11 (1). Springer Nature. doi:10.1186/s13002-015-0011-9.

(2) Wu KL, et al. 2018. “Effects Of Ginger On Gastric Emptying And Motility In Healthy Humans. – Pubmed – NCBI “. Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov. Accessed December 10 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18403946.