This delicious soup is appealing any time, but it’s especially comforting as temperatures drop and we continue to seek immune-boosting food options. Magda Boulet is a professional ultrarunner and VP of Research, Innovation and Development at GU Energy Labs. Boulet developed this “Soup of Armor” and loaded it with powerhouse ingredients that you can feel good about.
Carrots and butternut squash support your immune system and bring plenty of vitamin A to fight infection. Ginger and turmeric pack anti-inflammatory properties, and pumpkin seeds are high in nutrients and minerals such as zinc to support your immune response. The soup has plenty of fiber, making it kind to your digestive system. Just eat it after your run, not before!
Servings: 4 - 6
Prep Time: 15 - 20 minutes
Cook Time: 45 - 60 minutes