This gut healing & immune boosting soup has it all! Warm yourself up with this delicious soup while calming your tummy or fighting that cold or flu!

You can add or remove the veggies you want or to achieve the results you’d like, but I like throwing them all in for a hearty super soup!

So what makes this soup so healing and delicious? Check out the powerhouse of ingredients and the full recipe below!!



Loaded with the vitamins and minerals responsible for helping your immune system function, & shields you from free radicals!



aids in DNA cell repair, slows the growth of cancer cells, ease lung congestion, and is beneficial to your stomach, liver, and immune system.



excellent source of copper, which your body needs to produce red blood cells and carry oxygen through your body.



rich in vitamin C, more than twice the vitamin C of an orange



wonderful source of potassium, a heart-friendly nutrient that helps moderate your blood pressure levels and has more potassium than a banana.



amazing health potential in nearly every area of the body, from removing heavy metals to the prevention of numerous ailments, such as the common cold, hardening of the arteries, and gangrene, and even in slowing the aging process.



A good source of vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, copper, and manganese, ginger promotes the release of intestinal gas; it relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract. That means it can settle an upset stomach, relieve vomiting, and ease gas and diarrhea discomfort; but it’s also effective in preventing nausea in the first place.



Full of Vitamin A, C, K, Potassium, Foliate, & Iron!



Rids the Body of Heavy Metals, Protects Against Oxidative Stress, Lowers Anxiety and Improves Sleep, Lowers Blood Sugar Levels, Protects Against Cardiovascular Disease, Prevents Urinary Tract Infections, Settles Digestive Upset, Protects Against Food Poisoning, Supports Healthy Menstrual Function, Prevents Neurological Inflammation, Protects Against Colon Cancer, Soothes Skin Irritations



Can help with the symptoms of the common cold by acting as a natural decongestant. Helps with indigestion and gas due to its soothing properties. It also helps protect the lining in the stomach, which helps prevent gastric ulcers.



Star anise is rich in antioxidants and vitamin A and C and the oil produced from star anise is used for treating cough and flu. Anise also helps improve digestion, alleviate cramps and reduce nausea.




2lb Chicken Breast(cubed)

2 tbsp Coconut Oil

2 tbsp Ginger minced

2 tbsp Garlic minced

1/2 cup Green Onions chopped

2 whole Star Anise

1/2 cup Tamari Sauce or Soy Sauce(or Coconut aminos)

2 tbsp Red Curry Paste

1 whole Red Bell Peppers washed & sliced

8 oz Mushrooms washed & sliced

1/2 bunch Cilantro washed & chopped

2 tbsp Mint washed & chopped

1 whole Sweet Potato peeled & diced

1 whole Zucchini washed & chopped

1 whole Bok Choy washed & chopped

1/2 bunch Kale chopped

8 or more Cups Bone Broth homemade or store bought

1 lb Rice Noodles




  • Heat 1 tbsp Coconut Oil in a large pot over med-high heat and cook chicken through.
  • Add ginger, garlic and green onions, stir and saute 1-2 min.
  • Add Star Anise & mushrooms, saute 2-3 min
  • Add white ends of bok choy and sweet potatoes, and 1 tbsp coconut oil, saute 2-3 min
  • Add Tamari Sauce & Red curry paste, stir & simmer 5 min
  • Add remaining veggies (reserve 1/2 cilantro & mint for later) and stir.
  • Add 8 cups of Bone Broth and bring to boil.
  • Add rice noodles and cook until soft. (according to package instructions). Top with remaining cilantro and mint, and squeeze lemon juice.