Frozen soup or aspic is a kind of anti-aging remedy
Frozen soup or aspic is a favorite dish of people with less economic power from the poorer strata of society. Frozen soup is a kind of anti-aging medicine due to the content of collagen (which rejuvenates the body). Frozen soup is made from leftover meat (beef head, knees, tendons). Frozen soup is a very practical dish because it is easily carried on fishing, traveling, picnic or hunting. Modern scientific research proves that aspic contains a lot of useful substances that prolong people’s lives.
The presence of collagen in this dish is one of the main advantages of frozen soup. Collagen is an animal protein or the basis of connective tissue. Gives strength and elasticity to cartilage, tendons, bones and ligaments. Ligaments and tendons cannot support joints with insufficient collagen production. Cartilage becomes thinner, the joint space narrows and osteophytes (bone growths) and pain and inflammatory processes appear. The joint can be completely destroyed over time due to a lack of collagen leading to disability. Frozen broth restores collagen reserves in the body, slows down the aging of joints and thins cartilage. Collagen is responsible for rejuvenating the skin and reducing wrinkles.
Frozen soup also contains two amino acids important for the vitality of the organism (lysine and glycine). Lysine helps in calcium absorption. It has antiviral properties. Glycine normalizes brain function, treats diseases of the nervous system, reduces stress and stimulates brain activity. Retinol (which has a positive effect on the body) is one of the main components of frozen soup. Retinol removes harmful radicals from the body, normalizes vision, stimulates skin regeneration, strengthens blood circulation in the epidermis and strengthens blood vessels. Frozen soup is rich in vitamin B, which is responsible for the process of hemoglobin formation. Vitamin B is involved in the metabolism of amino acids, the production of red blood cells and the production of neurotransmitters. Frozen soup also contains hydroitin, hyaluronic acid and other substances that regenerate tissue, rejuvenate the skin and slow down the aging process of the organism. Boron, phosphorus, fluorine in the soup improve the absorption of calcium, strengthen bones, prevent osteoporosis (to which women are especially susceptible during the break from the menstrual cycle). It has also been proven that the useful substances in the soup have a beneficial effect on hair growth and recovery of the body after radiation and chemotherapy.
Recipe for homemade frozen soup: 1 small beef head (or 4 pork legs), garlic, bay leaf, pepper and salt. Clean the head (s) and pull under a stream of hot water. Pour with 4 dcl of water. Add salt, bay leaf and pepper. Cook on low heat for 4 hours. Strain the broth. Take out the cooked head. Separate the meat from the bones. Arrange the meat in several bowls. Add finely chopped garlic and pour over the thick broth. Leave in a cool place to compress.