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Benefits of Dried Thyme

Thyme is an herb that has had the benefit of being extensively researched. As a result, this ingredient is the primary feature in Buckeye’s Chicken & Thyme Soup and contributes to its growing popularity.

Research highlights the value of including thyme in the diet for all age groups. Thyme causes an omega-3 fatty acid called DHA to increase, helping maintain brain function. DHA is why thyme is beneficial for the elderly and children with attention deficit disorders.

Apart from a healthy mind, thyme also provides several vitamins and is also known to lower blood pressure. All of these health benefits contribute to thyme’s reputation as an anti-aging herb.

Beans and Herbs spends time and attention choosing the ingredients for each of its soup mixes. Thyme is known to have delicious compatibility with more savory flavors such as beans, meats, and onions.

Buckeye’s Chicken & Thyme Soup supplements its robust thyme flavor with a variety of whole grains. Long grain brown rice, pearl barley, and lentils all come together for an irresistible combination of flavors. Not only do these ingredients accentuate the flavor of thyme, but they also add to the soup’s nutritional value.

Whole grains serve as the base of the soup. Buckeye soup offers a large amount of protein, fiber, and antioxidants to satisfy appetites. Even one cup of soup is enough to provide nutrition for the rest of the day.

Chicken & Thyme Soup can be stored in a cupboard for years without expiring, ready to produce a delicious soup at any time. Chop up one large onion and cook 1 ½ - 2 pounds of chicken and enjoy a large pot of soup two hours later.

For those craving a nutritious and heartwarming meal, Chicken & Thyme is a perfect treat. Each soup mix creates nine cups of soup to feed an entire family while giving them the nutrition they need to stay healthy. Try this flavor of soup and others from Buckeye Beans & Herbs.

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