7 Yummy Anti-Inflammatory Soup Recipes

Looking for anti-inflammatory soup recipes that will help you reduce your symptoms? Well here are 6 delicious soups for inflammation that you can add to your menu right away! I have personally tried all of the following soup recipes and can vouch for them.

I was diagnosed with rheumatism after having my fourth child 3 years ago and at first, it was scary cause I didn’t know much about it.

But then I started researching foods and recipes that could help reduce the pain because I just hate taking pills. That’s when I found most of these recipes and began trying them.

Whoever said that food is medicine knew exactly what they were talking about because after changing my diet, I’ve been having fewer symptoms.

7 Yummy Anti-Inflammatory Soup Recipes

So just a few tips before we start with the recipes, reduce your sugar and salt consumption. I’ve found that when I eat a lot of sugary foods and high-sodium foods, my rheumatism starts acting up.

Also, you really want to drink a lot of water because it helps it’s the best natural remedy for flushing out toxins from the body.

Lastly, you want to reduce your stress levels by getting enough sleep daily and going for 1 hour walks 3-4 times per week. I found that really helped reduce my joint pain. 

Now that we have that covered, here are your anti-inflammatory soup recipes.

Anti-Inflammatory Chicken Soup

1. Chicken Soup For Inflammation

I added this recipe first because it’s my personal favorite. I don’t know, maybe it’s because I love chicken and it helps get all the vegetables down easily. However, this soup is really tasty and low in calories and sodium so definitely try it.

Chicken Soup Recipe

Anti-Inflammatory Bean Soup

2. Bean Soup For Inflammation

Yeah, I know what you may be thinking, bean soup? Well, yes because not only is this soup delicious, but it’s also very effective in reducing inflammation. That’s because its main ingredient is red kidney beans.

Studies show that red kidney beans contain a ton of fiber and antioxidants than other types of beans. Foods rich in fiber and antioxidants are great for reducing inflammation.

Bean Soup Recipe

Anti-Inflammatory Lentil Soup

3. Lentil Soup For Inflammation

Similar to red kidney beans, lentils are also great for inflammation but not all lentils, red and black lentils are the best because they contain more antioxidants. That said, this lentil soup contains other ingredients that are very effective in reducing inflammation as well.

Lentil Soup Recipe

Anti-Inflammatory Soup Cleanse

4. Soup Cleanse For Inflammation

The idea is to combine ingredients that flush out toxins from the body and this soup does just that. One of its main ingredients is broccoli which contains an antioxidant called sulforaphane that reduces inflammation markers in the body.

Soup Cleanse Recipe

Anti-Inflammatory Cabbage Soup

5. Cabbage Soup For Inflammation

Okay, so cabbage is also a member of the broccoli family which means it contains similar compounds and antioxidants making it perfect for inflammation.

If you’re willing to shed a few extra pounds of water weight while reducing your pain, this recipe will help you do just that.

Cabbage Soup Recipe

6. Carrot Soup Recipe For Inflammation

Carrots are a great source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, both help strengthen the immune response to inflammation and protect your cells. Adding this creamy carrot soup to your diet will definitely help you reduce inflammation-related pain.

Creamy Carrot Soup Recipe

Anti-Inflammatory Cauliflower Chicken Soup

7. Cauliflower Chicken Soup For Inflammation

Last on my list of anti-inflammatory soup recipes is this delicious creamy anti-inflammatory cauliflower chicken soup recipe. You may already know that cauliflower is part of the broccoli and cabbage family which means it is highly nutritious and packed with antioxidants.

Creamy Cauliflower Chicken Soup Recipe

Do Soups Help Reduce Inflammation?

Well, it really depends on the ingredients in the soup. For example, soups that contain ingredients like tomatoes, kale, spinach, cabbage, and broccoli, can help reduce inflammation.

It’s also important that you reduce your sodium intake so make sure that you are using low-sodium homemade chicken stock or chicken broth for your soups.

You can also try adding a variety of fatty fish like mackerel, trout, salmon, sardines, and tuna to your soups and diet. That’s because they contain a ton of omega-3 fatty acids which have been shown to reduce inflammation.

Tips That Helped Me Reduce Inflammation 

So I’ve been diagnosed with rheumatism which is inflammation of the joints, muscles, and bones. I have no idea why I have it because no one in my family does. Anyway, here’s what helps me cope with the constant pain naturally.

  • I eat a low-calorie diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and protein
  • I go for 1 hour walks 4-5 times per week
  • I try to get enough sleep even though its nearly impossible with 4 kids
  • I drink 8 glasses of water daily
  • I have been losing weight since forever
  • I drink turmeric and ginger tea daily
  • And finally, I try to get vitamin D from natural sunlight daily.

I am sure that there are many other ways to reduce inflammation naturally but the ones above helped me reduce my CRP levels (C-reactive protein) in less than 2 weeks.


Eating healthy can really help you reduce inflammation naturally, I know that for a fact because the recipes above are all on my menu and I make them often. If you liked this post, please save it for later because it helps my blog. I would also love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

7 Anti-Inflammatory Soup Recipes

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