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Vietnamese Beef Noodles for Colds

Facts you didn’t know about the famous Vietnamese Beef Noodle:

  • Culinary expert Andrea Nguyen states that Pho was inspired by French cuisine, pot au feu in the 1880’s.
  • The soup contains 3 ingredients that Chinese Medicinal herbalists use in formulas for treating Colds:
    • Ba Jiao Hui Xiang (Star Anise)
    • Sheng Jiang (Ginger)
    • Gui Zhi (Cinnamon)
    • Not to mention the onion, garlic and lemon dressing, all of which has some immune boosting effects.
  • Dr. Oz likened pho to chicken soup, just with added spices.
  • Pho can still provide medicinal benefits when made vegetarian or vegan because the spices, rice noodles, herbs and vegetables don’t change.
  • You have probably heard bone broths are the new Coffee. Bone broths take a minimum of 4 hours to make. Save yourself that time by going to a traditional Vietnamese restaurant for Pho.
  • Tip: ask your Vietnamese friends for recommendations. Not all Pho restaurants hold to a high standard of Quality.
  • You can eat pho to improve your immune system and prevent poor health.

I myself as a practitioner LOVE prescribing Pho to my sick patients, including myself.

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