Recipe: Leftover Turkey Soup

One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving dinner is all the delicious leftovers! And this is one of my tried and true leftover turkey recipes. This leftover turkey soup is a delicious and healthy way to use up the rest of your bird – and you won’t have to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.

My recipe calls for both mushrooms and mushroom broth. Which may sound a little weird, but let me tell you why this absolutely makes the soup both delicious and good for you!

Since mushrooms have some of the same pathogens as humans, they’ve developed defense mechanisms against some of the same bacteria and viruses with which we battle. Many antibiotics, including penicillin, are derived from mushrooms.

Mushrooms really are a superfood!

When the weather starts getting chilly (or even if you are feeling  under the weather yourself), this easy-to-make, healthy, and hearty soup really hits the spot.

So let’s get cooking!

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Wendy Myers, FDN-P, is a detox expert, functional diagnostic nutritionist, NES Bioenergetic Practitioner, and founder of She is the #1 bestselling author of Limitless Energy: How to Detox Toxic Metals to End Exhaustion and Chronic Fatigue . Additionally, Wendy is the host of The Heavy Metals Summit, the Myers Detox Podcast, and the Supercharged Podcast. Passionate about the importance of detox to live a long and healthy life, she created the revolutionary Myers Detox Protocol , and Mitochondria Detox kit after working with thousands of clients, as well as a range of supplements to help you detox from everyday living and maintain a healthy lifestyle!