Fibromyalgia Healing Soup Recipe – Saturday Strategy


Fibromyalgia-Pain-3It’s estimated that 5-10 million Americans suffer from fibromyalgia, and the majority of them are women. Fibromyalgia is the existence of chronic fatigue, muscle pain, joint pain, and other unexplainable pains in the body. Oftentimes, these symptoms lead to others, like migraines, depression and chronic fatigue. The effects of this disease often illicit diagnosis very similar to osteoarthritis, tendinitis and bursitis. If you experience problems like the one listed above, always consult your physician.

While there is a blood test some doctors use to determine if a patient has this disease, not much is known on the treatment and possible cure for fibromyalgia. Most treatments resort to treating the symptoms. There are only a few medications FDA approved to treat this illness. 1 is used as a general pain reliever for several different disorders. The other two might fall under the category of “anti-depression” medication.  Always consult your doctor for a professional opinion.

Similar to migraine headaches, and chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia is sometimes shrugged off and not taken seriously by friends, family, and even some physicians. If you read around on some blogs and forums however, it seems many people are experiencing debilitating pain and discomfort, to the point of needing to quit jobs and drop out of school.  

Some experts have noticed that many additional health conditions are affecting fibromyalgia patients. These are gluten intolerance, gout, and restless leg syndrome. This leads some to believe that removing the following foods from our diets could help relieve the symptoms of fibromyalgia:

fotolia_4100586_XS1. Sugar

2. Gluten

3. MSG

4. Caffeine

5. Dairy

And in terms of easing pain and discomfort, I always recommend Nature’s pain relief foods:

indian-spices1. Turmeric

2. Sage

3. Ginger

4. Cayenne

5. Cloves

Here is how to prepare our specially created Fibromyalgia Healing Soup Recipe just for you:

Fibromyalgia Healing Soup Recipe
Recipe type: Soup
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 1 knuckle Ginger
  • 1 knuckle Turmeric
  • 4 cups sodium free veggie broth
  • 2 stalks of scallions
  1. Prepare all the ingredients.
  2. Preheat the pan to medium heat.
  3. Add some powdered ginger and turmeric together with the coconut oil.
  4. Add the veggie broth letting it boil.
  5. Reduce the heat, and add turmeric root into it.
  6. Add the sliced scallions.
  7. Transfer to a clean container.
  8. Enjoy!

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The soup looks awesome...I can't wait to try. 2 questions: 1) I have a nutribullet RX, can I blend it in that--and maybe get more "micro" nutrition out of it? 2) I've also been learning about all of the various benefits of bone broth, and what do you think about substituting that for the veggie broth? I was thinking it should UP the benefits?


Thank you for this great video. I'm not really sure if I suffer with Fibromyalgia but what I do know is that I have been visiting with my rheumatologist because some of my levels have been off and they did diagnosed me with an autoimmune disease. I was really excited to see the confirmation of the Tamarack and the other spices that were used for the soup. With it being fall and the weather cooling down this is the perfect time for broth and soups and so this just was really greatly I'm appreciated and very on time for my life. My doctor just actually start of me taking a bunch of vitamins and she has me taking Magnesium, Malik acid, Tumeric, Zinc, and some others. I hate swallowing a bunch of pills as does my husband. He has suffered his 3rd heart attack. This is not how we want to live. We have since changed our eating habits, joined the gym and started smoothies. There has been change but we are still held to the prescriptions for high blood pressure, heart disease as well as the aches and pains. I'm ready to try juicing but have no idea where to start or what juicer we need.


We have got tons of great info on how to start juicing (& recipes) on our blog here!!!

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